Tyson Fury is at a boxing training camp in Thailand as his ‘search for an opponent’ continues

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The Gypsy King remains eager to make a return to the ring after beating both Dillian Whyte and Derek Chisora in 2022.

Tyson Fury is at a boxing training camp in Thailand as his search for an opponent continues. The Gypsy King, 34, has admitted to feeling “unstoppable” as he remains eager to make a return to the ring after beating both Dillian Whyte and Derek Chisora in 2022.

The professional boxer posted a picture to Instagram yesterday (7 June) of him drinking a can of Furocity - an energy drink created by himself. He wrote: “🔥 Training camp in Thailand is on fire! Feeling unstoppable. Sharpening Steel here in Thailand. Who really wants it? I’m searching for opponents who won’t cower away from the Gypsy King. I welcome them. Always ready 👑🥊 ⚡️ Fuelled by @furocity 💥 The perfect antidote to dominate the ring and unleash the fury!”

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Fury was set to fight Oleksandr Usyk earlier this year but the talks of the professional bout broke down. Now the Ukrainian boxer has agreed to fight Daniel Dubois, for much less money, this August. Usyk is set to earn just $6 million for his bout against Dubois, despite potentially earning £13 million against Fury in a 70-30 split of the pot.

It was rumoured, in May, that The Gypsy King could fight undefeated Australian boxer Demsey McKean this August. According to McKean’s manager Angelo Di Carlo, Fury’s team have been in touch over a potential fight Down Under for “some time”. Angelo added that the 6.6ft boxer, who is left-handed, would be the “best option” for The Gypsy King. However, there is no official bout in the boxing calendar yet.

Fury made his professional boxing debut on 6 December 2008, against Bela Gyongyosi. He has since won 33 of his 34 bouts, drawing with Deontay Wilder in 2018 but later beating the American professional twice in 2020 and 2021. The Gypsy King has also ventured into the world of mixed martial arts, wrestling and most recently, Muay Thai whilst in South East Asia.

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