Watch topless Deontay Wilder work out in gym as he shows off incredible body ahead of Tyson Fury fight

TOPLESS Deontay Wilder looks in peak condition as he prepares to face Tyson Fury again.

The American, 35, is working hard in the gym ahead of the trilogy bout this summer.


And a training video shared on Instagram by coach Malik Scott showed off Wilder's incredible body.

The ripped boxer's muscles were on display for all to see as he got to work with some seamless skipping at his training base in his hometown of Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Sweating Wilder was decked out in black shorts, yellow trainers and a yellow bandana with his wrists wrapped.

Scott captioned the post: "Locked in."

Wilder appointed Scott as his No1 man ahead of the third Fury fight – despite knocking him out in 2014.

Wilder told Premier Boxing Champions: "Malik is my true brother. Even before me and Malik fought, we were very close.

"Throughout our careers we have always talked. I always wanted to bring him in because of his genius and his mindset as a fighter.

"He's a genius in his mind, he knows what to do, but he just didn't have the athletic body to be able to perform what's in his head.

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"I am the athlete – with instructions and teachings I am able to perform what he thinks and what he strategies."

They were previously filmed working on the pads outdoors with Scott mimicking Fury's boxing style while particular emphasis has been placed on improving Wilder's defensive skills.

Wilder and Fury drew their first dust-up in December 2018 before the Gypsy King stunned his rival with a seventh-round knockout to wrestle away the WBC heavyweight belt.

They are set to step back into the ring on July 24 in Las Vegas after a ruling forced Fury to shelve plans to fight Anthony Joshua this summer.

Ticket prices start at £360 with floor tickets costing as much as £1,800, according to AXS.

But Wilder was in no mood to talk at their press conference this month, wearing headphones throughout and refusing to answer questions.

He did read out a supposedly-threatening poem which went: “Enough said, time to cut off his head. Come July 24 there will be blood shed.”



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