TYSON FURY is letting coach SugarHill Steward stay in his Las Vegas mansion RENT-FREE as he prepares for his clash with Dillian Whyte.
The Gypsy King is gearing up for a long-awaited domestic dust-up with the Brixton Body Snatcher on April 23, with their clash set to take place at Wembley Stadium.
Fury showed off his plush Vegas digs ahead of his trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder
But the WBC heavyweight champ won’t be heading Stateside for his latest training camp as he did for his back-to-back fights with American Deontay Wilder.
And that means coach Steward will get to lap it up in Fury’s plush Sin City digs until he jets over to Morecambe to put the finishing touches on training camp.
He said: “The time difference is too much for me to go back to Las Vegas to train again, for a UK fight.
“When I fight in the UK I train here, when I fight in America, I train there.
“But after April I will go back to Las Vegas because that is the home of the Gypsy King, those rays of sunshine is where I belong.
“I have bought a big beautiful house out there and never really used it, one camp.
“My trainer SugarHill is living in the house rent-free right now, sending me photos of all the fun he is having. I love it over there.”
Fury’s showdown with former sparring partner Whyte was made official on Monday night after the pair finally returned signed contracts to the WBC.
And hours after their deals were signed, Fury began trolling his former sparring partner on social media.
He roared on Instagram: “I’m going to absolutely BUST Dillian Whyte in like a cheap f***ing water balloon. You’re useless you big dosser, you useless sausage.”
Fury’s has promised his latest rant at Whyte will be his last as he’s ditching all his social media accounts until after the fight.
He said: “I’m about to go completely off social media for the next eight-and-a-half weeks.
“I’m gonna go into training camp to give Dillian Whyte all the respect in the world that he needs. I’ll train for him like he’s Muhammad Ali and Bruce Lee for this camp.
“I’ve never underestimated anybody in my life and I’ll give this man all the respect he deserves coming as the No.1-ranked WBC heavyweight challenger in the world today.”
“Please don’t phone me, call me, e-mail me, text me or try to contact me in any single way. Because I’m out of bounds until May.
“So have a fantastic time, I will see you all at the press conference and I’ll be training away.
“Please respect my privacy and space. Until the press conference, guys, I shall see you all soon. Peace out.”
Fury is ditching all his social media accounts ahead of his clash with Dillian Whyte