TYSON FURY has indicated that he could change his fight style when he meets Dillian Whyte in the ring.
Whyte is expected to challenge Fury for the WBC world heavyweight title in spring after a deal was struck between the two heavyweights.
The Gypsy King often switches stances in fights and looks set for another one as he teased he could compete as a southpaw against his fellow Brit.
The 33-year-old bruiser shared a video on Instagram of him training with his father John in the gym.
And the undefeated boxer suggested that a different approach is likely when he touches gloves with the Villain to show the world how good he really is.
Fury posted: “Great work with poppa bear, pads working out for the bum white [sic].
“Probs gonna do southpaw this fight just to show the world how good I am vs White [sic] feathers.”
Fury and Whyte are expected to face off on April 23 with a venue yet to be confirmed.
The boxing star returns to the ring for the first time after his triumph over Deontay Wilder, which completed their trilogy.
Fury previously said: “I can’t wait to punch Dillian Whyte’s face right in, mate.
“I am going to give him the best hiding he has ever had in his life.
“Dillian Whyte, train hard because you are going to get annihilated, bum.”
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