TYSON FURY showed his confidence ahead of his showdown by Tom Schwarz by throwing a few dance moves – in a pair of tiny Communism-inspired pants.
The 30-year-old is currently being put through his paces at the Ricky Hatton Gym in Manchester.
Looking in fine physical shape, Fury showed off his footwork as he moved around the ring wearing his skimpy shorts, which were red and featured the hammer and sickle, the symbol of Communism.
And while trainer Ben Davison prepared to wrap his hands, Fury couldn't help but dance to the music blaring in the background.
Davison could only laugh as the pair showed good morale in the camp ahead of Fury's June 15 bout in Las Vegas.
Earlier in the week he gave a glimpse as to what Schwarz expect by flooring one of his coaches.
Fury threw 11 powerful body shots – with the last one dropping trainer Asgar Tair to his knees.
The Gypsy King went on to say he is feeling stronger, fitter and faster than ever.
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Fury claimed: “I had a fantastic session this morning. A big shout out Asgar Tair, holding the body bag for me.
“I’m really smashing it, feeling stronger, fitter, faster than ever.
“The furious one has returned to his throne."
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