Tyson Fury shadow boxing in a sunlit swimming pool while taking time out from 97 degree SAUNA conditions in his grueling Deontay Wilder trilogy combat training camp
- Tyson Fury went to the pool at his mansion to show off his quick combinations
- Fury was filmed shadowboxing – throwing punches and dodging in the water
- He is currently preparing for his trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas
- It will be Fury’s first fight since dethroning him almost a year and a half ago
Tyson Fury has gone to the pool at his mansion to show off his quick combinations while preparing for a trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder.
Fury, who is currently preparing for his third showdown with the American on July 24th in Las Vegas, shared the clip on his Instagram account.
The fight against Wilder will be Fury’s first time back in the ring since dethroning him nearly a year and a half ago.
Tyson Fury went to the pool at his mansion to show off his quick combinations (above)
In the clip shared on Instagram, Fury was filmed shadowboxing in the pool – throwing a series of punches and working on his movement.
The heavyweight boxer was seen practicing his physical weakness and evasive maneuvers while moving through the water.
Quoting Bruce Lee in the caption, Fury wrote, “Empty your mind, be formless. Formless like water. ‘
Fury was filmed shadowboxing – throwing punches and dodging in the water
The clip comes shortly after Dmitry Salita revealed that Fury trained 15 uninterrupted rounds in 97-degree sauna conditions.
Fury had initially trained hard to await his blockbuster showdown with Anthony Joshua this summer.
However, he was instructed to compete in a rematch against Wilder before facing AJ.
In his third fight with Wilder in six weeks, Fury’s sparring partner Salita claims that he is already in top form, looks “unstoppable” and shows no signs of ring rust.
“I’ve just been to Miami with Tyson and he’s in great shape for Wilder next month,” former World Cup challenger Salita told MyBettingSites.co.uk.
The WBC heavyweight champion prepares to face Deontay Wilder for the third time on July 24th
Fury’s training partner, Dmitry Salita, said he saved 15 uninterrupted laps in the 97-degree heat
Ex-boxer Salita also said Fury is “unstoppable” with SugarHill Steward as his trainer
“I went to the gym and he did 15 laps without a break – he trains hard, in phenomenal shape and in a great mood.
“From a purely boxing point of view, he looks like he’s ready to fight next week. He’s in great shape; Strength-wise, cardio-wise, skill. Timing-wise. He’ll never be Mr. Olympia, but don’t judge the book by the cover.
“The Florida gym has a humidity of 97 degrees. After a few rounds, the bottom of the ring heats up properly and then the ceiling heats up. It’s almost a sauna.
“Tyson trained throughout the process to get better and learn new things. And he’s so mentally strong that I don’t see ring rust or leaving the ring as a problem. At that level, it can even help him against Deontay. I don’t see how leaving the ring harmed him based on what I saw at the gym. ‘