TYSON FURY is still training daily despite retiring – although he is adamant that it is just to keep the weight off.
The Gypsy King and his family have just enjoyed a swanky Cannes getaway a little less than a month after the star claimed his career was over inside the ring.
WBC champion Tyson Fury continues to insist that he is retired
He did reveal that he continues to train each day in order to keep his weight down
That came after his brutal uppercut downed Dillian Whyte at Wembley to retain his WBC heavyweight world title.
The family soaked up the sun on a beautiful yacht – which cost a whopping £18,000 per night.
But they didn’t splash out on a private jet for their trip home, instead they opted for a regular Jet2 flight back to the UK from Nice.
Tyson and Paris were helped with the kids by proud grandad John, who got several workouts in during the sunny break.
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However, his dad was not the only one keeping in shape throughout the trip.
Fury, who is set to have a Netflix documentary made about his life, also shared several clips and snaps of him continuing his fitness regime.
Fans are desperate to see the 33-year-old pull the gloves back on, but once again the star appears to have dampened any hopes of that as he responded to a post claiming that he was still in training on Instagram.
He replied: “Yes training daily but just to keep my weight down & for my mental health #justlovetraining.”
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Fury has still not vacated the prestigious WBC belt since claiming he was finished, but the Mexican sanctioning body won’t pressure the Brit to make a decision on his future for a whole YEAR.
WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman said: “We have one year to have the next mandatory fight.
“At this moment, we will wait for the decision of Tyson Fury and then we will either do a series of fights – a boxing tournament – going into a final elimination.
“But at this time we’re going to wait because we don’t know the specific circumstances.”
However, it seems at the moment that Fury has no intention of setting foot inside the ring again – despite a lucrative undisputed showdown with the winner of Anthony Joshua’s high-stakes rematch with Oleksandr Usyk being on the cards.