Tyson Fury’s impressive 5 month body transformation stuns the boxing world ahead of the Oleksandr Usyk fight

Tyson Fury has undergone a 5-month body transformation for his undisputed fight against Oleksandr Usyk.

Tyson Fury’s impressive 5 month body transformation stuns the boxing world ahead of the Oleksandr Usyk fight

Tyson Fury's body transformation (image credit- Marca, X)

Tyson Fury has had several ups and downs across his illustrious, undefeated career. Furthermore, he has reached the epitome of success in the division after becoming the WBC heavyweight champion. Fury also now has the chance to be the first undisputed heavyweight champion after 1999 if he defeats Oleksandr Usyk. However, during his lows, Fury even contemplated killing himself and gave up on boxing momentarily. 


Subsequently, the Gypsy King has also been able to bounce back from his lows and stun the world. This includes having an impressive body transformation when he returned to boxing after struggling with his mental health. Fury tends to have such body transformations regularly after gaining weight while inactive. This was seen during his fight against Francis Ngannou in October 2023. As such, Happy Punch recently uploaded Fury’s current body transformation, stating: “The difference between Tyson Fury in the Ngannou camp and the Usyk camp”

In the social media post, we can see Fury during the faceoff of the ‘Battle of the Baddest’ event. Furthermore, on the right, we can see Fury at his current training camp for the upcoming fight against Usyk. The two photos were taken five months apart, but there is a stark contrast between them. 

The Gypsy King looks healthy and appears to be in peak physical shape currently. The two photos also suggest how Fury underestimated Ngannou during their fight, which led to his horrible performance. However, it appears that Fury is taking the undisputed fight against Usyk more seriously. 


Tyson Fury compared Deontay Wilder and Francis Ngannou

Ngannou arguably won his debut against Fury, and many people like Anthony Joshua have reaffirmed this belief. However, Fury has dismissed his performance that night as a bad day. As mentioned earlier, this might have happened because he underestimated Ngannou before the fight. Subsequently, Fury has also dismissed the Ngannou punch that knocked him down during the third round. 

Deontay Wilder and Francis Ngannou and Hearn and Anthony Joshua
Tyson Fury compares Deontay Wilder and Francis Ngannou’s punching power (Image credits- Marca)

Fury has faced two well-known hard-hitting punchers, Deontay Wilder and Ngannou, in his career. As such, Fury was asked about his opinion on who has the harder punch among them. The Gypsy King stated that it was Wilder, without a doubt. Furthermore, Fury stated that Ngannou is a big guy, but all of his punches are not devastating.

It should also be noted that Fury has fought Ngannou once but has fought Wilder thrice. Hence, if Fury and Ngannou have a rematch his opinion may vary.

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