Tyson Fury is often known for his conduct on Twitter for all the wrong reasons.
But the unbeaten giant has taken to giving out help and advice to followers on a range of topics rather than dishing out abuse to his biggest rivals.
Morecambe’s former British and Commonwealth champion, whose British heavyweight superfight with David Haye has been rescheduled for February 8, handed out #tysonstips on saving money during the winter as well as some life coaching. His tweets included:
*Don’t leave anything on standby turn it off. This will save on electricity.
*Try to stop any habits ie smoking drinking. Doing this will save u a fortune.
*Prepare your food for the day ahead. Doing this will stop u from buying snacks or stuf from shops.
*Be a leader not a sheep! Don’t just follow the crowd. Think for your self. Take people as u find them not on hear say!
*Remember the people there for u in the beginning. There will b a lot of people trying to ride the glory train.
*Fight for the things u want & fight harder for things u have.
Fury returned to full training on Monday ahead of the Sky Box Office clash with Haye at the Manchester Arena.
He is due to attend James DeGale’s clash with Dyah Davis at Kent’s Bluewater Shopping Centre this Saturday, - a bill promoted by Hennessy Sports live on Channel 5.