Tyson Fury returns to the ring as he begins preparations for trilogy bout with Wilder
- Fury returned to the ring after months at home training
- Gypsy King has begun preparations for clash with Wilder
- Mental Health and Psychosocial considerations during the COVID-19 pandemic
Tyson has begun preparations for his trilogy bout against Deontay Wilder.
Fury has spent the better part of the lockdown period training in his house with his family.
On Tuesday, the Gypsy King took part in a training session inside the Essex Fight Academy gym in Loughton.
Fury is preparing his first defence of the WBC title against Deontay Wilder later on in the year.
— TYSON FURY (@Tyson_Fury) June 23, 2020
In an Instagram post, his wife Paris posted a picture with the caption:
‘Together we win. Always there. Been in gyms with @gypsyking101 from being 16. Either waiting around, training, training with each other or shouting at him to hurry up.’
The training will be in readiness of the third bout between Fury and the Bronze Bomber from Alabama.
Following Fury’s dominant win over Wilder in February, the American triggered the rematch clause in their contract that will see the two heavyweight boxers meet for the third time.
While Fury prepares for the clash, a heavily anticipated all-British clash between Fury and Anthony Joshua is in the offing with the two champions agreeing financial terms for two fights in 2021.
Dillian Whyte earlier this month sought Court intervention as he pushed for a fight with the Gypsy King.
Whyte is the Interim WBC Champion and is entitled to a fight for the title.