‘Oleksandr Usyk is in trouble’ – Tyson Fury stuns fans in new training footage with dad John Fury: ‘His speed is back’


Tyson Fury has shown more dazzling speed in training and some fans are worried for Oleksandr Usyk.

The ‘Gypsy King’ has entered full training camp for his May 18 undisputed showdown with the Ukrainian, and has regularly been posting footage on social media.

Fury and Usyk will do battle for all the marbles in May


Fury and Usyk will do battle for all the marbles in MayCredit: Getty

Fans were extremely impressed with the WBC champion’s recent pad work in his gym in Morecambe, suggesting he would be the favourite to beat Usyk.

And now the 35-year-old has posted new footage with his father John Fury on the mitts, showing off some agile hands ahead of his huge undisputed tilt.

Fans now believe Fury could put in a historic performance and stop the Ukrainian, with one writing: “Usyk is getting slept.”

Another spotted: “His speed is back from losing all that weight someone is in trouble.”

A fan agreed: “Tyson looking like solid rock, just as he did in the Deontay Wilder rematch. Look out Usyk.”

One even predicted: Going to go like when Fury fought Derek Chisora or Dillian Whyte in this fight.

“Usyk is quitting on his stool or towel thrown in. Bookmark this.”

A fan even hailed the inclusion of his father John in training, writing: “Nice to see Tyson back with his father, because John has had a few things to say about Tyson’s training methods just lately.

Fury crashed the pads held by his father John


Fury crashed the pads held by his father JohnCredit: Instagram – Tyson Fury

“But it’s good to see John back on board and best for all parties especially, Tyson is now full steam ahead.”

Although one viewer was surprisingly less confident, adding: “A lot are saying he looks in shape like in the first two Wilder fights. What’s wrong with you people?

Tyson Fury shows off brutal power in latest training footage ahead of massive fight against Oleksandr Usyk

“He’s an absolute shadow of that fighter. I don’t think six months gets him back to that level. He might take the money but his legacy is the price.”

Fury himself has spoken with much more confidence after a lacklustre display against debutant Francis Ngannou in his last performance.

It is quite clear he has worked hard for the blockbuster clash, given his remarkable transformation since his last appearance in October 2023.

He has now entered full training for the event, after allowing time for the horror cut that delayed the fight in February to heal.

It is expected an immediate second meeting will be called regardless of who wins, but Anthony Joshua is waiting in the wings for an all-British battle once the undisputed quest is concluded.

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