Tyson Fury’s uncle and trainer says the Morecambe heavyweight will be in the best shape he’s ever been in for his clash with David Haye.
The pair meet in a titanic heavyweight dust-up at the Manchester Arena on September 28.
Speaking as Team Fury landed in Belgium for an eight-week camp ahead of the Sky Box Office superfight, Peter Fury said: “I’m very pleased to get the camp started as you can’t really train across in England with all the media attention.
“Over here there are no distractions, only training – no wives or kids, we are strictly business and on September 28 you can expect to see the best Tyson Fury to date.”
The 24-year-old resort giant has a perfect professional record, winning all 21 of his bouts to date, with 15 of them ending inside the scheduled distance.
And uncle Peter believes two-weight world champion Haye shouldn’t take his man lightly.
He said: “It would be a mistake for Haye to overlook this fight - Tyson is a consummate professional and already in really good shape.
“He has been switched on and focussed for other fights, but for this one he is very motivated.
“He already trains all the time and he’s in very good condition, so it’s just a case of honing him – he’s already very strong, so come fight time he’ll be peaking after a good eight-week camp.”