Tyson Fury took in the scaling buzz on Friday as the likes of ex-opponent Dereck Chisora and Scott Quigg prepare for their bouts in Monte Carlo.
The 28 year-old made his first public appearance since announcing his intention to come out of retirement, get 100% fit and face Anthony Joshua in the near future.
Promoter Eddie Hearn, who looks after Joshua’s affairs, recently offered to help Fury cut through the masses of red tape halting his comeback and is set to map out a plan for the world heavyweight king’s coming year once the dust settles on the event this Tuesday.
Fury, seen joking alongside Chisora whom he’s defeated twice in the past, flaunted the excess weight he’s promised to shift in a bid to get back to fighting weight.
The undefeated star has been out of action since dethroning Wladimir Klitschko in Dusseldorf two years ago.