Former unified heavyweight champion Tyson Fury spent the weekend in Belfast as the semi-retired fighter continues to savour the fruits of his labour.
The 28 year-old, who dethroned Wladimir Klitschko of his numerous belts in November 2015, mingled with fans and looked content and happy as he did so.
Rumours of a potential comeback in 2017 are still rife, although the division has since pushed on and has some tasty match-ups on the horizon.
— Jon Watermotormouth (@babtrij) February 12, 2017
Was great to have @Tyson_Fury with us this week!
Seasons is open today from 12pm! pic.twitter.com/XEUbdaZ0oW
— BalmoralHotelBelfast (@BalmoralBelfast) February 12, 2017
Tyson fury in the church inn ???????? pic.twitter.com/fmlMsqLXYW
— Andrew Dawson (@AndrewDawson3) February 11, 2017
Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko collide for three of Fury’s old straps on April 29, whilst cousin Hughie fights for the other against Joseph Parker.
Tweets by Hughie and father Peter, (Tyson’s Uncle) has so far pointed to the fight heading to New Zealand in the spring.
Finally, old rival David Haye is set to trade blows with Tony Bellew on March 4 and has stated he wishes to reignite his interest in fighting Fury should he be successful next month in London.