TYSON FURY has seemingly started his latest training camp following the arrival of an essential member of his team.
The WBC heavyweight champion is set to make the second defence of his title in March, although an opponent has yet to be finalised.
But that hasn't stopped him from kicking off his fight camp, which he's once again brought renowned nutritionist George Lockhart in for.
Fury shared a video of himself and the former MMA fighter having a meal on Friday afternoon and suggested preparations for his next outing are underway.
He said: "Hello, guys. I've got a big announcement to make. "Business has finally started.
"The big man is finally here. How are you feeling, George?
Lockhart replied: "I'm feeling good. I'm ready to rock and roll, baby."
Fury then asked Conor McGregor's former nutritionist: "Ready to smash 2022?"
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Lockhart simply said: "Amen."
An excited Fury then said: "You know what time it is when you see big George Lockhart here. Time for wrestling."
Lockhart has wasted no time in getting started, cooking Fury a protein-packed breakfast ahead of a Saturday training session.
Fury, 33, has been ordered by the WBC to face Dillian Whyte in a long-awaited Battle of Britain.
But the bout has yet to come to fruition as Whyte has kicked up a fuss over the proposed 80-20 purse split in Fury's favour.
Team Fury are understood to have explored other options in case a fight with Whyte doesn't come to fruition.
And co-promoter Frank Warren is adamant the former unified heavyweight champ will fight on March 26, with or without Whyte.
He told iFL TV: "Tyson wants the fight to be the end of March.
"As a team, we're looking at other situations as well. Whatever happens, he will fight on March 26, that's what the objective is.
"I'm not going to say where it is.
"We do have a date here but it could be somewhere else.
"The fact of the matter is that's when he wants to fight."
He added: "It’s always been my dream to fight at Old Trafford."
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