TYSON FURY took to social media to show off his and Mike Tyson's epic body transformations after returning to the ring after lengthy periods out.

The Gypsy King and the Baddest Man on the Planet have shed almost an incredible 22 stone between them.

Fury, 32, was inactive for almost three years after dethroning dethroning Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015.

During that time, he ballooned up to 28 stone, but he has since got himself back into brilliant shape.

The unbeaten WBC champion walked into his rematch in February against Deontay Wilder at around 18 stone according to his former trainer Ben Davison.

Former world champ Tyson, 54, also struggled with weight problems following his defeat to Kevin McBride in 2005.

At his heaviest he weighed 27 stone, but he got himself into peak condition when he fought for the first time in 15 years against Roy Jones Jr last weekend.

For his exhibition bout in Los Angeles, Iron Mike weighed in at 15st 7lbs – lighter than his 1986 world title victory against Trevor Berbick.

And Fury took to Twitter where he posted before and now pictures of the pair, as he said: "Friday inspiration from the 2 TYSONs. @MikeTyson – Hard work pays off."

It has been revealed that Fury got himself into shape by eating six meals a day, combined with training up to four times day.


After shedding four stone, Tyson revealed he lost a further 100lbs in the build-up to his fight against Jones Jr.

Speaking of how he managed to do it, he said: "I became a vegan.

"My wife told me to get on a treadmill. So I went from 15 minutes on the treadmill and ended at two hours.

"I kept going to the gym and watching my diet and I'm beautiful."

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