Tyson Fury tattoos signature on his chef’s arm as Brit king prepares for Otto Wallin clash

Tyson Fury tattoos signature on his chef’s arm as Brit king prepares for Otto Wallin clash

TYSON FURY tattooed his signature on his personal chef’s arm as the Brit heavyweight prepares for his September clash against Otto Wallin.

The Gypsy King recently hit back at rival Anthony Joshua for his criticism over the Las Vegas bout against the little-known Swede.

Tyson Fury has tattooed his signature onto the arm of his personal chef
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The Gypsy King inked his name in bold with a crown above it
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Fury’s chef and friend Tim Allock was responsible for helping him get back to ring-shape last year
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The 31-year-old is currently in Los Angeles for a training camp that forced him to miss out on visiting the Love Island villa to see his brother Tommy.

But Tyson has still found a way to keep his spirits up ahead of his next fight, after a video showed him tattooing his signature on the arm of his personal chef, Timothy Allcock.

The British star grinned as he inked his name with a crown above it before asking: “Is it painful?”

Tim, who already has an impressive design of Fury on his left bicep, ruthfully responds: “Yeah I can feel it Tyson, I’m not lying to you.”

Allock was responsible for helping the former heavyweight champion lose an incredible 10 stone before his remarkable comeback against Deontay Wilder last year.

SunSport revealed in November that Fury dropped the equivalent of a prime Ricky Hatton in weight by living on a peanut butter chicken dinner every night for NINE WEEKS.

And the 6ft 9inch star will need to be on a similar diet for his rematch with Wilder on February 22.

But first Fury is set to face Wallin next month and recently he fired back at AJ for criticising his choice of opponent. 

Talking to Behind The Gloves, he said: “What about Andy Ruiz then? Was he a top-tier heavyweight when he fought him, got knocked out by him?”

“No he wasn’t the answer to that question, nobody knew who Andy Ruiz was, he was a two week replacement opponent.

“People only become somebody by getting an opportunity and a break and seizing it with both hands.

“This time last year Andy Ruiz was nobody, absolutely f****** nobody and today he’s heavyweight champion of the world so if he wasn’t given the opportunity on two weeks notice then nobody would still know his name.

“He [Joshua] contradicts himself quite a lot, so AJ you must think before you speak you little p****.”


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