TYSON FURY showed off his lean body by a hotel pool as he begins training to fight Anthony Joshua.
Fury is currently out in Las Vegas starting preparations for an undisputed title decider with AJ.
He linked up with local coach Jorge Capetillo, who once worked as a cut man for the Gypsy King, and worked out in Top Rank's Sin City gym.
Fury was captured hitting the heavy bag and pads with US amateur standout Emiliano Vargas, son to ex-world champion Fernando.
And he hailed his sponsor Wow Hydrate for setting up his sunny trip to Sin City.
Fury said: "I'd like to take this opportunity to thank Wow Hydrate for looking after us and bringing the Gypsy King to Vegas.
"Living like an absolute rockstar, so big shoutout to Wow Hydrate, the best sponsor in the game, the best drink in the game, pushing to be the best."
Fury, 32, and Joshua, 31, signed a two-fight deal in March, and promoters gave themselves a 28-day period to have a venue and date set in stone.
That deadline expired last weekend, but various site deals have been presented to both camps.
Official offers have been made for a proposed July unification, with the heavyweight pair left to decide what deal they prefer most.
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It is understood Saudi Arabia – who paid mega-money for AJ's rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr in 2019 – are leading the race.
But David Haye fears Deontay Wilder will not go quietly having launched a legal case to revive his chance of a trilogy with Fury.
Wilder, 35, was beaten in February but invoked his right to an immediate rematch.
But amid the coronavirus pandemic, the third fight between the two stalled, with Fury's side believing the stipulation expired in October.
As a result, they moved on with talks to face Joshua, but Haye, 40, warned Wilder will not surrender without a fight.
He told SunSport: "I have never heard of a long-running world champion – like Deontay Wilder was – not having a rematch clause in place in case he loses.
“Deontay himself has been very quiet, the team around him have not given much away but I would be very surprised if does not have some sort of impact in the making of this fight or gets something out of it not being him Fury is facing next.”
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