Tyson Fury and dad John enjoy meal with Mike Tyson, Michael Buffer and Derek Chisora at star-studded table | The Sun

TYSON FURY and dad John enjoyed a meal out with boxing royalty last night.

The Gypsy King's negotiations with Oleksandr Usyk intensified this week.

Rather than spend his Saturday night worrying about his next bout, however, he enjoyed a dinner with icons of his profession.

Fury, 34, shared a table with Mike Tyson, former opponent Derek Chisora and legendary announcer Michael Buffer, among others.

The Gypsy King shared a clip of his evening to Instagram.

He captioned it: "Talking about faith with @realmichaelbuffer @radiorahim @derekwarchisora @miketyson @hughfury96 @styallandscapes Big night out 😊🙌"


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Radio Rahim commented: "An honor to be sat peacefully with warriors of varying faiths. All breaking bread under the name of one God!"

While Chisora, who Fury beat for a third time last December, added flame emojis.

Fans loved seeing the interaction, with one commenting: "Can you imagine how proud big John is !!

"Named his son after one of the best world champs to then have his son become one of the best world champs to then sit and enjoy the company of the man he named him after sharing story’s old and new !!"

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A second wrote: "Sat there with your namesake and your dad who named you after him, what a dream."

And a third joked: "There ain’t a man alive picking a fight with that table 😂"

Fury has finally started training for his historic heavyweight unification bout with Usyk.

The date is set for April 29 at Wembley Stadium, with the Ukrainian having agreed to a slim 70-30 split of the purse in Fury's favourite.

Usyk made clear that this would be dependent on the Gypsy King donating £1m to the people of war-torn Ukraine.

While jogging alongside the sea, Fury said: “Today is the first day of my training for the Usyk fight.

"I don’t need six months or four months, I just have six weeks and a week’s rest, done, happy days.

“I am going to impose my will on this little, sneaky mother f***er.”

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Fury also tried to make it a fight for national pride against the Ukrainian, who bravely fought on the front line against Russia.

The undefeated 6ft 9in ace roared: “Get up lads. I cannot wait. Rule Britannia!”

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