TYSON FURY is putting the wheels in motion for his proposed super-fight with Anthony Joshua as he continues preparation.
And after his latest session with heavyweight pal Joseph Parker, the WBC champion drove off in a black Ferrari GTC, worth around £300,000.
Footage shared by Fury’s trusted strength and conditioning coach Kristian Blacklock, revealed the Gypsy King working his pecs on a cable machine.
Also, the unbeaten Brit was strengthening his neck muscles with a weight harness, designed to improve punch resistance.
It is all in preparation for what Fury, 32, hopes to be an undisputed title decider with long-standing rival Joshua, 32.
The pair have signed a two-fight deal, the first planned for July with the Middle East leading the race to host.
It must be announced in the next two weeks, due to an agreement made between promoters.
AJ’s promoter Eddie Hearn recently revealed the unified champ has already started his training camp.
And while it appears so has Fury, he is expected to take his squad to Las Vegas.
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There he will link up with American head trainer SugarHill Steward, nephew to legendary coach Emmanuel Steward.
Fury will likely set up base in Nevada at his US promoter’s Top Rank private gym, with the help of local trainer Jorge Capetillo.
He likes how tucked away the gym is – ironically on Business Lane – and how readily available top sparring partners are.
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