TYSON FURY's slimmer frame was on show for the entire world after his recent training session with Joseph Parker.
The WBC heavyweight king is currently gearing up for a blockbuster showdown with Anthony Joshua.
Fury, 32, has dropped a considerable amount of weight in preparation for the undisputed heavyweight title fight, which is expected to take place in the summer.
And he showed off his trimmer physique in a post-training selfie with Irish welterweight Paddy Donovan.
Donovan shared a snap of himself and a bare-chested Fury to Instagram on Friday afternoon.
His accompanying caption read: "Training today with the greatest man in the world @gypsyking101
"What a humble man. Everything that he has achieved he truly deserves it all because you couldn’t find a nicer person.
"I wish him all the best going forward and long may he continue to conquer the boxing world because when he’s gone everyone will realise just how good he really was."
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Donovan shared the snap shortly after pictures of Fury training with former WBO champ Joseph Parker emerged.
New Zealander Parker posted a selfie of himself, Andy Lee and Fury to his Instagram page.
The Kiwi wrote: "#ChampCamp with these two legends 👊🏽💥💥 @bodypuncher @gypsyking101."
A date and venue for Fury's long-awaited Battle of Britain with unified heavyweight king Joshua have yet to be finalised.
But according to Joshua's promoter, Eddie Hearn, the biggest fight in the history of British boxing is on course to take place in July.
When asked to provide an update on a date for the fight, Hearn told AK and Barak: "In July.
"The date depends on many different things. For one venue, it’s the backend of July, and for another venue, it’s the first week of July.
“There’s been a bit of talk about Wembley, which is difficult, but we got 100,000 capacity, which the government is working towards.
“Wembley is trying to initiate full capacity. So if we did have full capacity at the end of July, Wembley comes into the conversation.
“In AJ’s head, this comes down to as much money as possible, but for AJ, I’m not saying he’s looking for the right deal, but he just wants to fight.
“He wants this fight next more than anything. So if it’s 100,000 at Wembley, Anthony Joshua is 1 million percent signed and in for this fight.
“Obviously, we have to do our job and go around the world and present all the offers to the fighters, but Anthony Joshua has told me categorically that if it’s Wembley and full up, ‘I’m in.’
"But firstly, I have to deal with all these approaches for the fighters.”
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