Tyson Fury does not take his training regimens lightly.
Tyson Fury has turned into one of the best boxers in the world. The current WBC Heavyweight Champion is coming off an 11th round knockout of Deontay Wilder in their trilogy fight and is training for his next bout. Fury has recently shown off some intense training methods with his father, John Fury, assisting.
Fury is seen laying on the floor while his father slamming a medicine ball off his midsection. The boxer is intense throughout the workout and flips on both sides so he could be hit in his obliques as well.
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Tyson Fury had been hoping to face Oleksandr Usyk next but has been ordered to defend his title against Dillan Whyte. There have been recent talks that Whyte might not be the next opponent. This means Andy Ruiz Jr. or Joseph Parker could step in. There is nothing set in stone just yet but the current champ has been training to stay ready.
The current exercise seen is a way to strengthen core muscles by pounding them constantly. This makes the athlete flex and strain their core in order to absorb the hit. This is a popular workout used by boxers to maintain the necessary core strength. Some other methods include taking punches to the core with boxing gloves.
This is a video from back in November and Tyson Fury is only intensifying his workouts. John Fury has been part of his training and has made some recent comments regarding his other son, Tommy Fury, and Jake Paul.
Tommy was forced to back out of a scheduled bout with Paul because of an injury. Paul had some choice words about Fury’s decision and his father did not take lightly to them. John Fury did not like the words that were being said about his son and their family name. He challenged Paul to reschedule the fight to March 2022 or he would handle it himself.
There has been no news related to this rematch just yet. Paul is coming off a knockout victory over Tyron Woodley, who stepped in for Fury once he was removed.
Tyson Fury is worrying about bigger things heading into 2022 as the heavyweight champ. While there is no fight scheduled just yet, it is clear that Fury will return to the ring next year looking to make some more noise.
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