The 30-year-old is getting ready for his December 1 mega bout in America
Tyson Fury has started sparring against Joe Joyce and Guido Vianello as he gears up for his bout with Deontay Wilder.
The self-proclaimed ‘Gypsy King’ will challenge the American for his WBC heavyweight world title on December 1 in LA and has now upped his preparations for the bout.
Fury is undergoing his training camp in the mountains of Big Bear, California, where he and Ben Davison and using famed Mexican coach Abel Sanchez’s gym – aptly named ‘The Summit.’
Fellow Brit Joe Joyce recently moved to begin training with Sanchez and so will be sparring Fury throughout camp.
The 6-0 (6 KOs) 33-year-old Olympic silver medallist had an extensive amateur career and, although he only made his professional debut one year ago, has already found his feet in the pro game.
Joyce is promoted under David Haye’s Hayemaker-Ringstar banner and recently signed an agreement to be guided by influential US-based advisor Al Haymon, who will likely have him fight on the undercard of Wilder v Fury.
Guido Vianello is a 24-year-old Italian who is yet to make his professional debut.
He represented his country at the 2016 Rio Olympics, but was beaten in the round-of-16, while Joe Joyce made it all the way to the final.
Vianello has been rumoured to be on the verge of agreeing a promotional deal with Bob Arum’s Top Rank which would see him make his pro debut on Vasyl Lomachenko’s undercard, December 8.
Meanwhile, Deontay Wilder has been sparring with a mascot on Spanish-speaking TV.