TYSON FURY had a successful first night of his ‘Homecoming Tour’ at 02 Apollo in Manchester with his father John.
In the first of six events this month, 33 years old home after his epic trilogy victory over Deontay Wilder.
And Gypsy King is hosting a gig for his beloved fans in the UK – where he hasn’t fought since 2018.
Further events will be held in Birmingham, Cardiff, Leicester, London and Glasgow until next week.
Before the show on Thursday night, Fury arrived Instagram Stories to express his excitement for the tour, with his father, a special guest, live on stage.
Fury said: “It’s been a great day here in Morecambe Bay. Hey, hey, hey, here at the gym, just finished.
“Hard session guys, have a lovely day.”
In another upload, he later shows his tour bus, where he comments: “Guys, the tour bus has landed.
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“The tour starts now. Can’t wait to go sightseeing, quite a few days lined up, see you soon.”
Fury later shared a video of himself with his son where he discussed his excitement at the tour.
And then he made a clip of himself in the green room waiting to continue, with John Fury, journalist and presenter Gareth A Davies and comedian Al Foran by his side.
Foran even joked that the couple had time to see their lovers Manchester United beat Arsenal 3-2 in a five-goal thriller.
In a post retweeted by Fury, he said: “Don’t worry, we’re watching, stop UNITED!”
Fury is making the most of his relaxation ahead of a busy 2022, with the promoter based in the US Bob Arum announces he will fight THREE times next year.
I said talkSPORT: “What I want to see, and this is what he wants to see, get in the ring by the end of February or March and do at least three matches in 2022.
“Hopefully that’s how it all goes, Fury is ready to fight anyone.
“I truly believe he’s the top heavyweight in the world, there’s no one there that he would be reluctant to fight.”
https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/16927025/tyson-fury-training-uk-tour/ Tyson Fury wraps up ‘hard’ training before embarking on UK tour with dad John before returning to the ring next year