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Working – Tyson Fury shows off stunning hand speed and elite head movement in new training clip ahead of Dillian Whyte fight

The WBC heavyweight champion is set to defend his title against Londoner Dillian Whyte next, with confirmation seemingly imminent for April 23 at Wembley Stadium.

His impressive hand speed and head movement was on display
Fury has flown to Dubai for a brief trip before starting his full training camp.

And a video has now emerged of him working away on the pads.
While out in the UAE, Fury’s also given time to local media.

Asked about his game plan to face Whyte, Fury told Dubai Eye 103.8: “Whatever I feel like on the night really.

“I don’t pay these bums too much attention. Any style, I can definitely beat Whyte.
“Even if I put one hand behind my back and one foot off the floor, I’ll still beat him.”

Fury is ten weeks away from his likely next fight date
Fury was also quizzed about a potential undisputed title clash with Oleksandr Usyk.

When asked if this would be a tougher opponent for him than Deontay Wilder, he replied: “Hell no. Are you joking?
“The most powerful puncher in the history of our sport?

“What’s the other one gonna do? Tap dance around the ring and run away from me?
“He didn’t do any damage at all to Anthony Joshua and definitely ain’t doing damage to me. I’ll obliterate him. He’s a middleweight.”

And finally in response to a question about whether he’ll ever face AJ, Fury said: “I’m not sure what to think about Anthony Joshua anymore.

“Quite frankly, nobody cares about him anymore. But I’ll knock him out just for bants.”

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