Inside Tyson Fury’s Miami Marathon training camp as Gypsy King rents villa with pool and spends time with Tommy on the beach
TYSON FURY has settled into sunny Miami ahead of his long-awaited return to the ring later this year.
The WBC King escaped the dull, dreary weather in Morecambe last month, flying to Las Vegas to train with coach Sugarhill Steward.
But the Gypsy King has now made Miami his home after traveling to Texas for Billy Joe Saunders’ clash with Canelo Alvarez.
Fury, however, made sure to have plenty of downtime while in Florida.
Before the arrival of his wife Paris and four of their five children, Fury and his brother Tommy took advantage of the warm weather to relax at the beach.
The couple, along with Fury’s firstborn Prince John James, also enjoyed themselves by frequenting a number of the city’s posh restaurants.
Dotting Dad Fury also took Prince John James to a WWE event, where he received the VIP treatment and met a number of wrestlers backstage.
Fury was recently joined by Paris and the rest of her children, their arrival prompting them to move to a luxury villa.
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The Fury made the most of their charming home, which includes a beautiful swimming pool.
And never the showman, Fury recently showed his kids how to make a splash by jumping in the pool.
Although he spends a lot of time with his family, Fury doesn’t slack off with his workouts.
In addition to the hours he spends in the gym, the former Unified Heavyweight Champion runs regularly.
Fury was initially preparing for an undisputed heavyweight title fight with compatriot Anthony Joshua, whom he was due to face in Saudi Arabia on August 14.
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But the pair’s long-awaited reunion collapsed last week when a The judge ruled that former WBC champion Deontay Wilder was still contractually entitled to a trilogy fight.
The duo are set to renew their rivalry on July 24 in Las Vegas, although the location of their clash has yet to be finalized.
Sin City’s all-new Allegiant Stadium is up for the fight, along with the T-Mobile Arena.
Fury put a pen to paper on his contract last Sunday and immediately sent a chilling warning to The Bronze Bomber, whom he dethroned last February.
He said, “Wilder, this contract is signed.
“You get run over. When I say run over, I mean smash, smash, smash, bang.
“You get knocked out. End. One round, you go. I have your soul, your mojo, everything.”