‘One of the hardest workouts I’ve ever done’: Tyson Fury shares footage on him taking on friends in wheelchair racing in Morecambe ahead of Deontay Wilder rematch which could take place this year
- Tyson Fury was spotted taking on some friends in wheelchair racing this week
- The boxing champion has been doing public training sessions in Morecambe
- Fury is set to take on Deontay Wilder in a second rematch later this year
- Earlier this week, he took part in a public sparring session on Morecambe beach
Tyson Fury was spotted in taking on some friends in round of wheelchair racing at Morecambe Bay this weekend.
The two-time heavyweight champion of the world has been treating fans to some public training sessions recently, including one on Morecambe beach this week.
And Fury posted a video on Twitter of him finishing second in a wheelchair race, which looked to be testing his upper body strength.
Tyson Fury was spotted taking on some friends in a wheelchair race in Morecambe this week
The Gypsy King appeared to finish in second place in the race he uploaded onto Twitter
The boxing legend captioned the video: ‘One of the hardest workouts I’ve ever done. #pleasetry 7 miles in a wheelchair. It was mega hard.’
Fury is preparing to take on Deontay Wilder in second rematch between the two boxers set for later this year.
The ‘Gypsy King’ won the WBC title from Wilder back in February, having drawn their first bout back in December 2018.
Fury (left) is preparing for a third bout against Deontay Wilder (right) later this year
Fury vs Wilder 3 has been pencilled in for December, though US promoter Bob Arum recently claimed that the fight could be pushed back until February.
Earlier this week, Fury threw an impromptu sparring session with his dad John in front of local fans at Morecambe Bay.
He treated a cheering crowd of lucky followers to a small glimpse of his preparations for his next fight on the beach.
Fury took part in an impromptu session with his dad John at Morecambe Bay this week
The heavyweight champion gave the crowd of lucky onlookers a glimpse into his preparations
The 32-year-old moved to the seaside town permanently in 2011 and has been spotted out and about in the local community in recent days.
But his latest appearance would have surprised even the most avid fans of Fury and nearby police soon advised those in attendance over social distancing guidelines.
Earlier this year, Fury was named the number one heavyweight boxer in the world by Ring Magazine, meaning he was ranked ahead of British rival Anthony Joshua.