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Tyson Fury jogs along drizzly Morecambe beach with Joseph Parker, dad John and bro Tommy ahead of big Jake Paul showdown

TYSON FURY has been taking no days off since beating Deontay Wilder after embarking on a jog along drizzly Morecambe beach. The Gypsy King was accompanied by dad John, brother Tommy and pal Joseph Parker as he clocked up the miles on an early morning run. Fury looked to be in top spirits as he […] ...

TYSON FURY has been taking no days off since beating Deontay Wilder after embarking on a jog along drizzly Morecambe beach.

The Gypsy King was accompanied by dad John, brother Tommy and pal Joseph Parker as he clocked up the miles on an early morning run.

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Tyson Fury enjoyed an early morning run with dad John at Morecambe beach on Monday[/caption]

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Brother Tommy and pal Joseph Parker also took part in the job along Morecambe beach[/caption]

Fury looked to be in top spirits as he embraced the unsettled weather in an Instagram story, saying: “Monday morning workout! What are you saying, dad? 

“Good to be alive! How happy do you feel to be out of a box?”

To which dad John replied: “A lot of people in a box, but I’ve worked hard to keep myself out the box!”

Fury then finished the video by saying: “Good, that’s what we like to hear, positivity. Tommy what you saying, Monday morning blues for you? Joe, what you saying?”

Fury’s next fight could be announced as soon as this week, with the WBC champ set for an all-British heavyweight title fight against Dillian Whyte.

As for brother Tommy, he will settle scores with YouTuber Jake Paul in a celebrity grudge match next month.


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And Parker is also fighting in December as he prepares to take on Derek Chisora in a rematch following his victory in May.

Meanwhile, dad John admitted at the weekend he told Fury to RETIRE after his son’s epic trilogy fight against Wilder.

John told BT Sport: “”He’ll have a good hard-earned rest now and what he wants to do is up to him.

“I said, ‘Retire, you’ve done enough.’ He’s won everything, he’s got no more to prove. He’s got millions in the bank, he’s secure for life.

“There’s more to life than getting your brains rattled to please the public.

“He’s his own man, he’ll do what he wants to do. But for me, I’d like to call it a draw now.”

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