Tyson Fury is certainly enjoying himself while he prepares for his upcoming fight with Oleksandr Usyk.
‘The Gypsy King’ could recently be seen on a luxurious private jet with friends and family travelling to Saudi Arabia.
The video was posted on Paris Fury’s Instagram and Tyson’s wife caption the post: “Just took a little trip….. Saudi Arabia.”
In the video, Fury is showing off the private jet that features a bedroom with a double bed, an ensuite, as well as plenty of seating areas with sofas and chairs.
Fury will be back in Saudi Arabia early next year when he fights Usyk on February 17 for all the belts in the heavyweight division.
This could see the first undisputed heavyweight world champion crowned in the four-belt era.
With that being said, there have been concerns shared that Fury will not have enough time before fight night to get focused and get fighting fit.
“He’s got a bit of timber on him, a bit of derby that he needs to reign in before the fight,” former super middleweight world champion Carl Froch said on his YouTube channel.
“I think it’s gonna be a tough one for Tyson to have a good Christmas and New Year, relax, and let his bald head down over Christmas and New Year.
“He’s got a wonderful family, we’ve seen on Netflix. He’s got a big family, his wife and seven children. So, he’s gonna want to relax and have a good time.
“Is he going to want to be training over Christmas and New Year, which he’s going to have to do, if he’s going to be ready for the February event?
“I’m not so sure, I’ve got a feeling that fight might get pushed back until March. You heard it here first.”
And even Fury’s dad, John Fury, echoed a similar sentiment, as he told the Metro.co.uk: “The 17th February is the date they have got to work towards. But, in my opinion, Tyson needs a bit more time to get his conditioning right and his weight right.
“For my money, his last three fights, I have seen a bit of decline,” referring to his bouts against Dillian Whyte, Derek Chisora and most recently Francis Ngannou, who he clashed with in Saudi Arabia.
“Not a decline in ability but a decline in strength, power and physical condition,” John continued.
“Tyson is a mammoth fella. He needs to power up in the body department and the only way you do that is a proper course and they take time and we don’t have the time.”