Tyson Fury has transformed his body in a matter of months as he closes in on a return to the ring following a two-and-a-half year hiatus.
The Furious One, who had his world heavyweight titles stripped following his prolonged period away from the sport following his incredible victory over Wladimir Klitschko, weighed as much as 25 stone last year.
But the 29-year-old is now set for a comeback on June 9, though an opponent is yet to be named by his new promoter Frank Warren. Fury has been training hard with the weight coming off fast and Fury proudly showed off his new physique with a pair of colourful briefs in support of the fight against testicular cancer.
He said: "Four weeks on Saturday and counting down the days, my fans, I’m working hard.
"Here’s another one just to keep you all going! #MyOddBalls for support of testicular cancer."
Fury’s management MTK Global posted the image with the caption: "presented without comment…" While Warren soon picked up on the new image too, adding Fury’s recent quote about becoming a role model to those who have struggled with mental health.
“I want to inspire others," Fury said. "There are a lot of people out there with mental health problems, so if I can come back, they can too.”
Fury recently attended Good Morning Britain where he confronted Piers Morgan.
The presenter claimed he had "no fear" of the former heavyweight champion, with Fury replying: "When Piers Morgan met the Gypsy King on Good Morning Britain. Thanks for having me guys. Great stuff."
Fury has signed a three-fight deal with Warren and BT Sport which, for now, makes a super fight with Anthony Joshua almost impossible.
Likewise, an unlikely fight with Tony Bellew, which has been talked up by both fighters, particularly the Bomber after he defeated David Haye for a second time last weekend, would likely not happen until this deal has expired.
Fury tops an impressive stable assembled by Warren and BT Sport, with his friend and WBO world middleweight champion Billy Joe Suanders, Carl Frampton and Anthony Yarde also on board.
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