Tyson Fury is "back at it" as Brit returns to the gym for training, despite claims of retirement and Anthony Joshua fight rumours

TYSON FURY has been back in the gym, continuing to deny claims that he will retire early. After his victory over Dillian Whyte, the Gypsy King..

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TYSON FURY has been back in the gym, continuing to deny claims that he will retire early.

After his victory over Dillian Whyte, the Gypsy King continues to work out.



Tyson Fury took to social media to declare that he's "back at it" at the gym

. WBC heavyweight champion Fury has yet to retire his belt, despite his announcement of retirement

Fury brutally knocked out British compatriot, at Wembley, as he defended WBC heavyweight title number 2 for the second consecutive time.

The 33-year old is still not ready to leave the green and gold belt that fuels speculation about his future in the sport.

The Manchester United fan also shared footage of him training at his private gym last week, leaving fans desperate for one more fight.

Recent reports suggest that he could face Oleksandr Usyk, the winner of Anthony Joshua's rematch against him in an undisputed match-up.

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The unbeaten Mancunian quickly dispelled those rumours, as he denied that he was in talks for a return to his ring.

He teases supporters about a return, however, announcing on social media that he was "back at it".

After a training session, he posted to his Instagram account: "Good to return to the gym.

"Come on! Keep going. You'll get there. Clinkety-clank."

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AJ's promoter Eddie Hearn believes that Fury will eventually return to the show, despite his denials.

SunSport reported that he believed the fight between Fury and AJ was always present.

"It's funny, I still get questions from people walking down the street asking me, "When is AJ fighting Fury?" It's more like, "He's got Usyk first." "Oh, has he?"

"So, while you don't want back-to-back losses, Usyk is still pound-for–pound, and I believe he may be No1 right now.

"Losing To Usyk is not terrible. The Fury fight is always there. But for the undisputed heavyweight championship, which would be, it would be the greatest fight of all time.

"And I believe AJ beating Usyk would be an automatic fight you will see in December."