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Tyson Fury puts on a show for the locals in Morecambe while sparring with his father John

Tyson Fury puts on a show for locals in Morecambe as he spills on the beach with his dad John after sparking outrage over singing the N word to his kids in Instagram video

  • Tyson Fury treated his fans to an impromptu sparring session in Morecambe Bay
  • The heavyweight champion participated in a work session with his father John
  • The 32-year-old had put on a show on the beach in front of a crowd of spectators
  • But Fury has also been heavily criticized for signing the N word to his children

Tyson Fury has organized an impromptu sparring session with his dad John for the local fans in Morecambe Bay.

The two-time heavyweight champion of the world treated a throng of happy followers to a little glimpse of his preparations for his next fight on the beach.

Fury was filmed by several spectators holding a padwork session while the group cheered him on.

Tyson Fury participated in an impromptu sparring session with his father John in Morecambe Bay

Tyson Fury participated in an impromptu sparring session with his father John in Morecambe Bay

The heavyweight champion gave the crowd of happy spectators a glimpse into his preparations

The heavyweight champion gave the crowd of happy spectators a glimpse into his preparations

The heavyweight champion gave the crowd of happy spectators a glimpse into his preparations

The 32-year-old moved permanently to the resort town in 2011 and has been spotted in the local community for the past few days.

But his latest performance would have surprised even the most ardent of Fury fans, and nearby police were soon advising attendees on social distance guidelines.

During the mini-session, John, who recently joined Instagram, saw his son go through an intensive flurry of blows as the sun set in the background.

Fury was

Fury was

Fury was filmed by fans performing a padwork session as the sun set in the seaside town

The Gypsy King will take a beating

The Gypsy King will take a beating

The Gypsy King will face Deontay Wilder in their trilogy battle after defeating him in February

Fury won the WBC title after taking down Deontay Wilder in a spectacular fashion in February – and will now prepare to take on the Bronze Bomber again ahead of their trilogy fight.

The fight was initially scheduled for this summer, but has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Promoter Frank Warren has confirmed that Fury will re-enter the ring in December. His opponent might be Wilder to round out their US stadium trilogy, or another fighter for a long-awaited return home to the UK behind closed doors.

However, Fury has come under fire and sparked widespread outrage on social media after using the N word during his 32nd birthday.

Fury was heavily criticized for using the N word while singing at birthday celebrations

Fury was heavily criticized for using the N word while singing at birthday celebrations

Fury was heavily criticized for using the N word while singing at birthday celebrations

The boxing titan marked the special occasion by taking a tour of the city, but then posted an 11-minute video to his Instagram page that gave fans a behind-the-scenes look at the opening of his presents.

However, Fury caused anger for using the racial slur while singing rapper Notorious BIG’s ‘Juicy’

He had echoed the lyrics, ‘And if you don’t know, now you know, n ****’ while holding his youngest son Prince Adonis, who is 18 months old.

Sportsmail had reached out to representatives for Fury, MTK Global, for comment.

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