TYSON FURY looked lean and mean as he stepped up training ahead of his trilogy fight against Deontay Wilder.
The Gypsy King has been pounding the pavement with long runs during lockdown.
And his daily fitness classes with wife Paris proved a major hit with fans across the country.
But, much like Anthony Joshua, he has not shed any muscle and looked to still be carrying the perfect amount of weight in a training photo he posted today.
WBC heavyweight king Fury captioned the snap: "Come get some smoke!"
Earlier, Fury posted a video while out on one of his jogs.
He ran next to a river in what appeared to be Morecambe, where he lives with wife Paris and their five kids.
Clearly not a fan of the typical British summer weather, Fury said: "What a day. Absolutely p***ing down!
"Stay positive. Stay happy. Stay focused."
The Brit hero looked to be out running with fellow British boxer Isaac Lowe.
WBC International Featherweight champ Lowe, another Morecambe resident, featured on the undercard of Fury's win over Tom Schwarz in June last year.
Fury, 31, then tucked into some salmon, scrambled eggs and avocado on toast with Paris.
The two-time heavyweight champ is keeping sharp ahead of his third clash with Wilder after battering the American into his first ever professional loss in February.
Fury trained up to FOUR times a day during lockdown.
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The 6ft 9in star, who once did 700 sit ups in an Instagram workout, is now back to more traditional methods after returning from Marbella.
Fury is gearing up for a busy 12 months after revealing that he had agreed to two fights against Anthony Joshua in 2021.
AJ is expected to defend his titles against Bulgarian veteran Kubrat Pulev in December.