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Tyson Fury looks in terrifying shape as Gyspy King posts shadow boxing clip in training for December 5 homecoming

TYSON FURY looks in terrifying shape on the eve of Halloween.

The Gypsy King took to social media to post a clip of him shadow boxing.

And the 6ft 9ins giant was at his menacing best in the video uploaded to his Instagram.

Wearing a vest and shorts with wraps on his hands, the WBC heavyweight king danced around the ring like a lightweight with his trademark footwork.

Fury wrote: "Working hard. It’s me vs the world. Come get some of this."

The Gypsy King is getting himself ready for his homecoming fight which is now just five weeks away.

After claiming Deontay Wilder's WBC throne in spectacular fashion in February, he looks on course to return to English soil.

The trilogy bout with the Bronze Bomber is off the cards and it has been suggested Fury's bout on December 5 may not even have his WBC belt on the line.

That could mean he faces a relative unknown - or at least none of the high-ranked heavyweights - before Christmas at the Royal Albert Hall.

David Price, Carlos Takam, Razvan Cojanu and Australian pair Lucas Browne and Dempsey McKean have all been touted as potential opponents.

Then British boxing fans will be desperate to see Fury go head to head with Anthony Joshua in a massive heavyweight showdown.

At the start of coronavirus lockdown, WBC heavyweight champ Fury announced that he had 'agreed' two fights with WBA, WBO and IBF king Joshua.

Provided neither fighter loses their respective titles - AJ faces Kubrat Pulev on December 12 - all the belts could be on the line in 2021.

And Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn has already worked out when the mouthwatering fights will happen - and wants both to take place in the UK.

Speaking to Sky Sports, the Matchroom boss said: "You break them up into probably April, May, June, and then November, December [for the rematch].

"I think it’s about where and of course they’re two British heavyweight world champions, and if one of those fights at least didn’t take place in the UK it would be a shame."

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