'He doesn't look like an athlete' - Fans question Fury's physique ahead of potential Anthony Joshua fight

‘He doesn’t look like an athlete’ – Fans question Fury’s physique ahead of potential Anthony Joshua fight

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Tyson Fury goes for freezing cold February swim in Morecambe Bay, but fans reacted concerning his shape ahead of the undisputed heavyweight bout with Anthony Joshua.

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Fury lives in Morecambe and took to Instagram to show his adoring fans the latest challenge he took on.

Despite temperatures hovering around the freezing mark, the Gypsy King stripped off to just his trunks before sprinting into the seemingly freezing ocean.

Fury called himself crazy as he captioned the post: “Crazy man sea jump in February in Morecambe bay.”

Fury is potentially preparing for an undisputed heavyweight bout with Anthony Joshua.

According to TalkSport, Fury is currently ticking over in the gym ahead of a likely undisputed heavyweight title fight with Anthony Joshua in June.

Cousin and coach Andy Lee, the former middleweight champion, has now joined him in the gym to help him prepare for the bout.

Fury has not started full camp yet, but his physique in the swimming clip still raised some eyebrows from fans on social media.

A selection of observers were surprised at Fury’s size, expecting him to look lighter due to his constant training.

One commented: “Not looking in the best shape like, thought he was training nonstop.”

While others added: “The love handles are back,” and, “Jesus Tyson, you got some weight to shift.”

Added: “Still can’t understand how this man managed to outclass Deontay Wilder with ease.”

Added: “It still cracks up me when I look at Fury physically and remember he’s a World’s heavyweight champion”

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Anthony Joshua’s £200 million fight with Tyson Fury could be signed as early as next week, according to report.

Sportsmail understands Joshua is due to meet with his advertiser Eddie Hearn this week to talk about the better subtleties of what will be the greatest bout in British boxing history.

A first draft of the fight contract was exchanged a fortnight ago, and with the exception of a handful of unresolved minor points, including the order of the ring walks and whose name appears first on the billing, there is believed to be a clear path to the completion of the paperwork.

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