Tyson Fury takes to Instagram to detail his impressive training camp weight loss
In case you didn’t hear, Anthony Joshua was fighting on Saturday night.
In an enthralling encounter, Joshua won the fight in front of 90,000 people after an 11th round stoppage.
Have a look.
— CHAMPION PIRLO WAN💎 (@ChampPirloWan) April 29, 2017
Straight after the fight, the Olympic gold medallist called out Tyson Fury.
— Sky Sports Boxing (@SkySportsBoxing) April 29, 2017
Fury has not fought since November 2015, when he beat the same man that Joshua overcame at the weekend, Wladimir Klitschko.
In that fight, Fury overcame the Ukrainian convincingly, and weighing in at 17st 8lbs, but after a turbulent year and a half, which involved Fury being banned after testing positive for cocaine and battling with depression, he gradually put on weight.
Fury claimed back in March that he was weighing in at 25 stone or 350 lbs, a far cry from his weight against Klitschko.
Talk about being a fat man, I'm 25stones or 350lbs, but getting the weight off has never been a problem! Ask @peterfury we done it 24 times.
— TYSON FURY (@Tyson_Fury) March 10, 2017
But the 'Gypsy King' has been training with fellow boxer and World Champion Billy Joe Saunders in Marbella the past few weeks.
The pair have been active on social media since their arrival and are training hard in the heat of the south of Spain.
In an Instagram post on Tuesday, Fury revealed that his weight cut is going well.
“The weight is dripping off, melting off.
"I’ve lost 18 pounds already. I can definitely…notice a difference, feeling fitter, everything is going good.”
There is a potential for another Wembley Stadium bout if the fight was announced, but realistically we might have to wait a while with Fury expected to fight on Saunders undercard in his title defence in July.
Joshua is entertaining the idea of a rematch with Klitschko but also has mandatory challengers in Luis Ortiz and Kubrat Pulev.