Watch Tyson Fury unload brutal shots 'for Deontay Wilder's skinny body' in training as he prepares for trilogy

TYSON FURY uploaded a clip of him unloading some brutal body shots on the bag ahead of his Deontay Wilder trilogy.

And the Gypsy King took full opportunity to taunt his heavyweight rival's 'skinny body' in the Instagram posting.

The WBC champ hammered in big rights and lefts to the bag before switching up for a headshot combo.

And people seemed to be impressed with what they saw.

Ev Corrales wrote that Fury is 'the best heavyweight of all time,' while Eden Garside posted 'RIP Wilder'.

Another wrote that Wilder 'is going down inside two rounds', with Jordan Watson wanting Fury to 'fold Wilder in half'.

Fury utilised some devastating body shots in his stunning seventh-round KO of the previously unbeaten American.

And now on July 24 the two controversial figures will go at it for a third time.

They of course drew in their first bout in December 2018 – but most believed Fury should have been declared the winner on the scorecards.

Meanwhile Tyson's dad John has slammed the circumstances that led to son fight with Anthony Joshua being abandoned in favour of a third match-up against Wilder.

And he is worried the Gypsy King could LOSE his trilogy bout against his American rival.

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The timeline of the agreement, which was forced upon Fury after an arbitration ruling in the US, has led to dad John describing the scenario as 'diabolical' and a 'mistake'.

In an interview with BT Sport, the 57-year-old blamed the American influence in his son's camp, with some members deemed 'leeches'.

He stated: "Tyson, obviously, is in a different league now – 20,000 yes men around him.

"This is what happens when you get to the top. There's lot of leeches out there, a lot of hangers on.

"You can see what's happening out there in America with him. Appalling work, to be honest with you.

"But that's just my opinion, I'm straightforward. That's Tyson's business, he's over 21. It's up to him."


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