The former champion continues to shed the pounds in a bid to get into fight shape ahead of a comeback expected in April or May next up.
No opponent or venue has been confirmed yet but Fury knows that what he’s been waiting for all this time is just around the corner.
An opportunity to get back to what he loves to do – fighting.
Since his time away from the sport the heavyweight division has experienced a revival in terms of its interest.
The likes of Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder and Joseph Parker now attempting to stake their claims as the best in the world.
Fury will have something to say about this of course and by the looks of things here, he’s definitely putting in the graft:
— Anthony Fowler (@afowler06) February 12, 2018
Quite the different since September 17th to be fair.
More pounds will be shed over the coming weeks no doubt with new trainer Ben Davison.
The key thing for Fury really will be to do so in a healthy way and attempt to find some of his old timing at the same time.
Sparring in the coming months will tell a lot in terms of how much of the old Fury is still in there.