However, on first glimpses the self-proclaimed ‘Gypsy King’ has a long road ahead of him to reach the levels that saw him reach the height of boxing back in 2015.
Fury ducked and dodged his way to the WBA, WBO, IBF, the ring magazine and lineal heavyweight titles against Wladimir Klitschko a little under two years ago to reach the pinnacle of his career.
Tyson Fury returned to the gym on Monday afternoon as he started the long road to full fitness
However, it wasn’t all hard work as the former world heavyweight champion larked about
But the 29-year-old looked a long way from his best as he got back to the gym on Monday, as he fooled around with his trainer, showboating for the camera in a light training session on Monday afternoon.
He did appear to be taking things a little more seriously though in another clip, as he trained with Ben Davison in Ricky Hatton’s gym in Hyde.
Fury posted on Instagram: ‘First session back on the pads with Ben Davison in Hatton Gym, feeling good.’
Fury’s new-found desire to return to the ring has been fuelled by an online feud with reigning world heavyweight champions Anthony Joshua.
The 28-year-old has set his sights on American Deontay Wilder and a unification fight in early 2018.