Tyson Fury smashed the heavy bag so hard during training that the ceiling collapsed on him after confirming he will not fight until 2021.
The WBC world heavyweight champion was due to fight before Christmas, with Agit Kabayel tipped as an opponent for the Briton to keep busy.
But despite Deontay Wilder failing to activate his rematch clause and seemingly not close to returning to the ring, Fury will now also wait until next year to make his return.
Sharing footage of the final touches to his latest training camp with American trainer Sugar Hill Steward, Fury displayed devastating speed and power at his gym in Morecambe.
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But the heavyweight narrowly avoided injury when the heavy bag and light dropped through the ceiling with Fury able to quickly duck out of the way.
With the gym in stitches of laughter, Fury shouted: “That could’ve come down and hurt me, you f***ing idiot, you f***ing fool Sugar.”
Sugar Hill described Fury as a “monster” following the incident.
While friend and featherweight contender Isaac Lowe watched on from the ring, remarking: “That’s how we finish a camp, it’ time.”
Fury then swiftly moved around the corner to finish his session on another bag, checking the ceiling before putting together a series of sharp, powerful combinations.
“Another fantastic session completed in the gym, absolutely smashing it, killing it,” Fury added on Instagram after finishing up.
Wilder meanwhile has added another excuse for his loss to Fury in February,
“I haven’t yet heard valid proof of how gloves flap all the way back, why your hands were in the middle of the glove, why did my ear have scratches deep inside my ear? Because of your (Fury’s) nails,” Wilder told Brian Custer on The Last Stand PodCast.
“It’s so many different facts and proof that we have. But it just shows the greatness of it.”
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