Tyson Fury is a ‘man on a mission’ and could fight NEXT WEEK if asked, according to training partner Dmitry Salita… who reveals ‘phenomenal’ Gypsy King has been training for 15 rounds with no break in 97-degree SAUNA conditions
- Tyson Fury is in the middle of his training camp for Deontay Wilder trilogy
- Fury has a month-and-a-half left of his camp but is ready to ‘fight next week’
- His training partner Dmitry Salita said he trained for 15 rounds with no breaks
- Salita saw Fury train in 97-degree heat in Miami and said he looks ‘unstoppable’
Tyson Fury is a ‘man on a mission’, been sparring 15 rounds with no breaks in 97-degree sauna conditions and ready to fight next week, according to one of his training partners.
The Gypsy King is deep into his training camp for his heavyweight trilogy clash against Deontay Wilder, which will be his first fight back since dethroning him almost a year-and-a-half ago.
Fury, who has been out in the States since early April, had been putting in the hours in the gym for the past few months in anticipation of his blockbuster showdown with Anthony Joshua being confirmed for the summer before he was ordered to face Wilder in a rematch.
Tyson Fury is a ‘man on a mission’ and could fight next week according to a training partner
The WBC heavyweight champion is preparing to face Deontay Wilder for a third time on July 24
The third fight with Wilder is still six weeks out with the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas booked for July 24, but Fury’s training partner Dmitry Salita has claimed he is already in supreme fighting condition, looking ‘unstoppable’ and showing no signs of any ring rust.
‘I have just been in Miami with Tyson and he is in great shape for Wilder next month,’ former world title challenger Salita told MyBettingSites.co.uk
‘I went to the gym and he did 15 rounds straight with no break – he’s training hard, in phenomenal condition and great spirits.
Fury’s training partner Dmitry Salita said he sparred 15 rounds with no break in 97-degree heat
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‘From a purely boxing point of view he looks like he’s ready to fight next week. He’s in great shape; strength-wise, cardio-wise, skill-wise. timing-wise. He’s never going to be Mr Olympia, but don’t judge the book by the cover.
‘The gym in Florida is like 97 degrees with humidity. After a couple of rounds the floor of the ring really heats up and then the ceiling heats up. It’s close to being a sauna.
‘Tyson has been training throughout the whole process to get better, learning new things. And he’s so mentally strong that I don’t see ring rust or being out of a ring as a problem. At that level it may even help him against Deontay. I don’t see how being out of the ring has hurt him based on what I saw in the gym.’
Salita, who used to be trained by SugarHill Steward during his professional career, believes he is the perfect cornerman for Fury after the Brit’s destructive beating of Wilder in their rematch last year.
Ex-boxer Salita also said that Fury is ‘unstoppable’ with SugarHill Steward as his trainer
Salita (above) is now a promoter but was recently in the gym for one of Fury’s sessions in Miami
‘Sugar used to train me so I know how good Sugar is, he’s particularly good for certain types of guys like Tyson,’ he added.
‘Having Sugar Hill in his corner is a massive positive for him because they share the same mindset and same style of boxing.
‘With Sugar Hill as his trainer, Tyson Fury is unstoppable. And he’s still learning and keeps getting better. Seeing him, speaking to him, seeing how he trains – he’s truly a man on a mission that believes he is one of the greatest fighters of all time, a man that believes this is his era.
‘Before the last Wilder fight I thought it would be a 50-50 fight, but I knew Sugar Hill would be the key to victory. It was a really incredible domination and it showed how well they are matched because of their shared mentality and the Kronk style of boxing. They really mesh and I’m really happy for both that the relationship has come together.’
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