TYSON FURY is still going strong since his victory over Deontay Wilder.
While running early in the morning, Gypsy King was accompanied along by his brother Tommy, father John, and friend Joseph Parker.
Fury looked to be in top spirits as he embraced the unsettled weather in an Instagram story, saying: “Monday morning workout! Dad, what are you saying?
“Good to be alive! How happy do you feel to be out of a box?”
Which dad John replied: “A lot of people in a box, but I’ve worked hard to keep myself out the box!”
Fury concluded the video by saying: “Good, that’s what we like to hear, positivity. Tommy what you saying, Monday morning blues for you? Joe, what you saying?”
Fury’s next fight could be announced as soon as this week, with the WBC champ set for an all-British heavyweight title fight against Dillian Whyte.
Tommy will be settling scores with Jake Paul next month in a celebrity grudge game.
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Parker will also be fighting in December, as he prepares for a rematch against Derek Chisora after his May victory.
John, the father, admitted that he had told Fury to RETIRE following his epic trilogy fight against Wilder.
John told BT Sport: “”He’ll have a good hard-earned rest now and what he wants to do is up to him.
“I said, “Retire, I’ve done enough.” He’s already proven that he has everything he needs. He has millions of dollars in the bank and is secure for his entire life.
“There is more to life than just getting your brain racked to please the public.
“He’s his own man, he’ll do what he wants to do. But for me, I’d like to call it a draw now.”