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Tyson Fury made the most of his slick head movement to avoid being hit by a light which collapsed from his ceiling during a recent session on the punchbag.
The WBC heavyweight champion has been going through the gears in training ahead of his return to the ring in 2021, with a rumoured bout against Agit Kabayel on December 5 seemingly falling through.
He posted on Twitter over the weekend: “The Gypsy King is returning in 2021. Only those that have supported me 100% since my comeback will be with me for the glory.”
And ahead of his first title defence, Fury is clearly packing a serious punch in the gym.
The Gypsy King has uploaded a video on Instagram which shows him smashing a heavy bag so hard part of the ceiling it is being held up on collapses.
Fury is forced to dodge out the way of a light which falls from the ceiling, displaying exactly the kind of elusive movement he showed in his latest win over Deontay Wilder.
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“This is what’s coming for everyone 2021 to infinity,” he wrote.
Fury appeared set to take part in his first bout on British soil for over two years against Germany’s Kabayel at the start of December.
But that proposed contest will no longer be going ahead, with Fury’s US promoter Bob Arum revealing they will now wait for an undisputed showdown with domestic rival Anthony Joshua.
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If Joshua slips up in his clash with Kubrat Pulev on December 12, however, they will instead target a trilogy bout with Wilder.
“I’ve given everyone the word. Wait until the Pulev-Joshua fight,” Arum told iFL TV.
“If Pulev wins, there’s no Joshua because Eddie has a rematch with Pulev. So that takes care of a big part of next year for Joshua.
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“And so that leaves Wilder as the best guy. So if Pulev beats Joshua, we’ll talk to Fury about doing the Wilder fight at the end of February.”
Joshua is set to defend his unified titles against Pulev at London’s O2 Arena, with the Bulgarian named mandatory challenger for his IBF strap.
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