Tyson Fury's trainer SugarHill Steward links up with Gypsy King in UK for Dillian Whyte training camp
10th March 2022

TYSON FURY has finally been joined by head coach SugarHill Steward for his training camp for Dillian Whyte.

The Gypsy King has been preparing for his domestic dust-up with his former sparring partner in Morecambe under the guidance of doting dad John.



Team Fury has now been bolstered by the arrival of the world-renowned Steward, the nephew of the late and great Emmanuel.

Fury reposted an Instagram picture of Steward and dad John watching him in the ring to his story on Wednesday afternoon.

Steward had been staying in Fury's plush Las Vegas mansion rent-free before jetting over to the UK.

Fight fans were quick to comment on his arrival, with one saying: "The best trainer in the world has now landed. Can't wait to see him at the gym."

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Another said: "Best boxing coach in the game. Emmanuel Steward would be proud!'

And another said: "It's going to be interesting, considering Big John is in the background."

One remarked: "Everyone saying John Fury will clash with SugarHill needs to remember that John Fury was the man to link Tyson up with the Kronk Gym.

"He will keep his mouth shut."

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Fury, 33, is champing at the bit to settle his feud with Whyte – who has repeatedly accused him of ducking him.

The WBC champ said: “If I can’t look like Muhammad Ali against this guy, then I’m in the wrong.

"I will chop him to bits. Not a problem. I will smash his face right in.

"You’re going to see a boxing masterclass.

"You’re going to see the difference in levels.”

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Fan favourite Fury plans to enter the ring at a career-heavy weight for his grudge match with the Brixton Body Snatcher.

He told Sky Sports: "I'm going to try and come in the heaviest I've ever been.

"Biggest fight – so I'm going to be the heaviest, strongest, fittest, more aggressive than I've ever been.

"I'm looking for the knockout. No secret, there's no point in me lying about game-plans.

"What I'm going to do, is I'm going to come straight to the centre of the ring, back him up and land big heavy punches on him until he's knocked out."

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