TYSON FURY showed Deontay Wilder what he has in store for their heavyweight title trilogy fight.
The pair are set to duel for a third time in December, with the bout reportedly heading to Las Vegas' Allegiant Stadium.
In training for the fight, Fury revealed to fans that he is hard at work on "the slip".
The combination featured in an Instagram clip posted by the Gypsy King, 32.
He captioned the video: "The slip, practice make perfect. We only humans."
SugarHill Steward can be heard instructing Fury in the background after arriving in the UK earlier this month.
A former Detroit police officer, Steward was drafted in to help the heavyweight's punching technique just two months before his dramatic rematch victory over Wilder.
Another clip of Fury hammering the bag with punches tagged the trainer, and was captioned: "We are working hard."
In the backdrop of the videos was Fury's new mural of his February triumph over Wilder, installed earlier this month.
It was completed by Liverpool-based artist John Culshaw, with Fury thrilled with the result and sharing a short video on his Instagram story.
Fury commentated the clip, proudly boasting: "So I've got my mural done, in my gym, the Tyson Fury Foundation.
"Boom! Have that Wilder! Haha."
But the Brit has been warned to expect a seriously improved Wilder when they meet again.
Nigerian heavyweight Raphael Akpejiori, who is being mentored by the Bronze Bomber, told Sky Sports: "Based on what I know, the only person that can beat Deontay right now, is Deontay.
"He will beat Fury if he sticks to the game plan from his coaching staff, and I know that he has all the physical tools.
"Right now he is in amazing physical shape, that I can tell you for sure.
"You will see a completely different Deontay, mentally and physically in the ring, when that bell rings again for that third fight. That I can tell you."
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