However he has announced his intented comeback likely to be against Derek Chisora, but will prepare for the fight without his former trainer. Fury has confirmed Isaac Lowe will be his new coach via a post on Instagram.

The caption read: “Breaking news Tyson select new trainer, for comback! @isaaclowe6 @derekwarchisora @frank_warren_official @toprank @gypsykingofficialmerchandise.” Steward, who has been Fury’s head trainer since the second Deontay Wilder fight, responded in the comments with a simple “Good Luck with that”, with a face palm emoji, expressing his shock and disappointment regarding the decision made by The Gypsy King.

Fury’s Instagram announcement also included a video explaining his reasons for continuing his boxing career. “I’ve decided to come back to boxing because I can be the first heavyweight champion in history to have two trilogies, one with Deontay Wilder and a second one with Derek Chisora,” he said.

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