Tyson Fury is apparently training ‘like a man possessed’ as he prepares to return to the ring in opposition to Oleksandr Usyk in 2023.
Usyk holds three of the 4 regarded belts following his profitable rematch against Anthony Joshua formerly this month.
Fury in the meantime has the other after his attractive sixth-round knockout of Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium.
The pair are now on a collision course for the begin of next year, assuming they can agree phrases with each men represented by two different promoters.
However, this is not expected to be a problem, as Fury’s US promoter Bob Arum has published they are now searching at a date in February with the Middle East the most possibly location.
And the Gypsy King is reportedly leaving no stone unturned as he needs to be in ‘the excellent shape of his life’ for arguably the biggest fight of his career.
A supply told The Sun that Fury has been working ‘relentlessly’ after seeing Usyk beat Joshua for the 2d time in a row two weeks ago.
They said: “Tyson is education really, absolutely hard.
“He’s in battle mode and completely centered on Usyk. Ever due to the fact the Usyk vs Joshua battle ended, he’s been in the gym, on the avenue and sparring. He wishes to be in the best form of his life and is working closer to a contest early in 2023.
“Right now, he is like a man possessed and retirement is the closing aspect on his mind.
“Training is the place Tyson is happiest and proper now, he is working relentlessly.”
Fury’s UK promoter Frank Warren, meanwhile, lately published that talks have been ongoing between the two parties properly before Usyk’s rematch with Joshua.
Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: “There were talks earlier than the [AJ] fight and Tyson had to make his mind up.
“But he’s made his thinking up and he wants the fight, Usyk wants the fight and we’ve bought to work out a way to make it happen.
“They both comprehend that the fight’s worth a lot of cash – which it is – so it’s whether… is it going to go returned to Saudi, is going to go someplace else, who knows?
“One thing’s for sure: there’s no hassle in making the fight – each camps get on very nicely with every other.”