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Incredible throwback pics show ‘very quiet and shy’ Tyson Fury, 17, working out 15 years before sensational Wilder KO

TYSON FURY shows off his ‘very quiet and shy’ side in some amazing throwback pictures. SWpix revealed several snaps of the Gypsy King dating back 15 years to when he was aged just 17. Fury, with a full head of hair, can be seen posing by a punch bag after a hard training session. A […] ...

TYSON FURY shows off his ‘very quiet and shy’ side in some amazing throwback pictures.

SWpix revealed several snaps of the Gypsy King dating back 15 years to when he was aged just 17.

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Tyson Fury shows off his ‘quiet and shy’ side in amazing pictures from 15 years ago[/caption]

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Fury, 17 at the time, was snapped during a training session 15 years before KO’ing Deontay Wilder again[/caption]

Fury, with a full head of hair, can be seen posing by a punch bag after a hard training session.

A caption accompanying the pictures read: “Very quiet and shy. Can’t remember him saying a single word. 

“#TysonFury aged 17 and 3/4’s @Tyson_Fury Sheffield Institute of Sport early 2006.”

Fast forward 15 years later and Fury is now the undisputed king of boxing following another incredible win over Deontay Wilder.

Fury has the heavyweight division at his feet after seeing off the American again.

And boxing fans are anxious to find out who he will fight next.

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Fury has been tipped to fight British rival Anthony Joshua before he lost his belts to Oleksandr Usyk.

And the pair are set to clash again after AJ triggered his rematch clause.

However, Fury’s promoter Frank Warren has urged Joshua to step aside and let Usyk fight the Gypsy King in a winner-takes-all division unifier.

Warren told Sky Sports: “He shouldn’t be going through with it. It’s his choice.


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Fans are eager to see who Fury fights next after he beat Deontay Wilder yet again[/caption]

“If he knocks it on the head, it opens the door for us to do the unification [Fury vs Usyk].”

“Let AJ get a warm-up fight. He needs a winning mentality before he goes into [a rematch with Usyk].

“Maybe he fights the winner [of Fury vs Usyk] which is still a big fight.”

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