Tommy Fury lifts lid on Tyson's camp for Dillian Whyte and reveals how Gypsy King's embarrassing sparring partners
TOMMY FURY has revealed brother Tyson has never looked so good in a stark warning to Dillian Whyte.
The 2019 Love Island star features on the Gypsy King's undercard at Wembley next Saturday, where 94,000 are set to attend.
And the pair have been training alongside each other with Tommy, 22, hailing his brother's sparring performances.
He told the Daily Mail: "I've been there for Klitschko camps and every single fight he's had.
"He's never looked as good in the gym. He's taking sparring partners out – top ten, top five people in the world.
"He's just making them look like they can't box. That's me being brutally honest.
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"He's mentally focused. He's like a man possessed. I've never seen him train so hard."
Fury has brought in the likes of Jarrell Miller, 33, Martin Bakole, 28, and David Adeleye, 25, into his camp.
And Tommy has also been mixing in with the WBC champion, 33, learning from his brother and his coach Sugarhill Steward.
It leaves the 7-0 light-heavyweight picking things up that he otherwise never would.
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Tommy said: "I've learnt everything from him.
"Mentally, physically, emotionally, everything. I've spent many years around Tyson while I've been boxing.
"I might not have had the same experience and rounds in the ring but just being around him and being in his training camps – it's put me on another level I feel.
"That's why I'm light years ahead of others with seven fights because I've been around this sport all my life and I've seen it at the highest level.
"I'm grateful for the experiences I've had – I've banked them and looking to implement them in my own game."
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