TYSON FURY replicated Mike Tyson during his Instagram Live workout and revealed the secret to putting Deontay Wilder on the floor.
The Gypsy King, 31, has been keeping fit and entertaining his fans all in one as he streams daily workouts on his social media alongside wife Paris amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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During the warm up, the newly crowned WBC champion urged viewers to do their best Iron Mike impersonation as he copied the heavyweight legend's famous head movement and slipping techniques.
Fury said: “Let’s move that head, Mike Tyson, Mike Tyson.
“Move the head, move the head, move the head.”
Former two-time champion Tyson is a fan of Fury's and rooted for the Brit – who was named after the US icon – against Wilder in February.
The Gypsy King – who won the title with a dominant seventh round stoppage – is set to face Wilder in a trilogy bout, though the Covid-19 crisis has postponed the fight until at least October.
Tyson Fury workout
Repeat Three times with a break in between
10 press ups
10 sit ups
10 squats thrusts
10 star jumps
20 split jumps
30 punch outs
20 leg kicks
In a bid to stay in shape, Fury and Paris were joined by half-brother Tommy and his girlfriend Molly-Mae this week, but heavyweight rival Anthony Joshua did not accept the workout invitation.
The Gypsy King was not impressed by the turnout on Friday morning, despite 4,000 users joining the live session.
He said: “Look at the numbers for a Friday – terrible!”
“There are no days off!”
Those who did tune in, and stayed till the end, would have been given an insight to how Fury dethroned Wilder of the heavyweight crown.
As Fury conducted a warm down, he showed off the 1 – 2 combination, followed by a body shot, which fans were reminded was the trick that put the Bronze Bomber down in round five of their rematch in February.
Fury, performing the combination with two of his kids, roared: “1 – 2, left hook to the body… get up dosser!
“One – two left hook, step to the body, power in the body shot… get up dosser.”
The 31-year-old heavyweight world champion has daughters Venezuela, ten, and two-year-old Valencia Amber with his wife Paris – as well as three sons who are all called Prince.
Prince John James, eight, is the eldest boy, Prince Tyson Fury II is three and their little brother is 12-month-old Prince Adonis Amaziah.
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