Inside look at Tyson Fury’s camp for Anthony Joshua bout as heavyweight Michael Hunter shares clip of champ dancing
TYSON FURY has revealed his training camp to fight Anthony Joshua is not all work and no play.
The WBC champion has been in Las Vegas preparing for the undisputed title decider and has welcomed several stars into his gym.
That included super-lightweight champion Josh Taylor, 30, who faces Jose Ramirez, 28, in an undisputed title fight on May 22.
And heavyweight contender Michael Hunter was also mixing in with Fury and gave an insight into the camp.
In a video shared on social media, the unbeaten Gypsy King can be seen dancing in orange pants with Hunter recording.
The American could one day end up fighting the winner between Fury, 32, and Joshua, 31.
Hunter, 32, is lined up for an IBF final eliminator against Filip Hrgovic, 28, with the pair in talks.
The victor will then be mandated for whoever owns the title after Fury and AJ fight.
Both heavyweight champions signed to fight in March with opposing teams left to agree a date and venue.
Promoter Eddie Hearn has maintained AJ and Fury have both agreed a site deal, believed to be in Saudi Arabia on August 7.
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Hearn and Fury came face-to-face in Texas as the Gypsy King flew out to support Billy Joe Saunders, 31, who fights Canelo Alvarez, 30, on Saturday.
The two-time champion was a guest on Hearn's podcast and revealed how he predicts he will beat Joshua.
Fury said: "I'll even tell you what punch it's going to be, I'll even give my game plan away; it will be a check left hook straight to the temple.
"His legs will go and he'll fall on his face. He may get back up and I'll knock him out with the overhand right. Goodnight. Enough said."
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