Tyson Fury rips off his shirt on Good Morning Britain to show stunning weight loss ahead of Wallin fight despite eating 5,000 calories a day

TYSON FURY has completed an incredible transformation by shedding TEN STONE as he aims to reclaim his heavyweight crown.
Two years ago, the ‘Gypsy King’ was unable to go on long runs or do explosive activities due to the 28 stone he was carrying.
ITV Tyson Fury shows off his remarkable weight loss for the Good Morning Britain cameras[/caption]
Getty Images – Getty Fury, pictured in 2017, in Manchester before beginning his stunning weight loss[/caption]
Ahead of his clash with Sweden’s Otto Wallin in Las Vegas on Saturday night, Fury showed off his stunning weight-loss by stripping down to his shorts.
The 31-year-old former world champion revealed his taut physique as he flexed his muscles for the Good Morning Britain cameras.
Even host Susanna Reid, who once received a letter from Fury saying she “looks great” after jokingly “fat shaming” her on GMB, appeared impressed.
He is almost unrecognisable to the Fury of two years ago who had piled on the pounds as he tried to deal with personal issues.
So how has the lineal champ Fury managed to complete such a dramatic transformation?
FURY’S DIET
The first and, arguably, most important element was changing the big man’s diet.
And it was nutritionist Greg Marriott who put him on the ketogenic diet which focuses on a low amount of carbs and a high fat intake.
The purpose is to put the body into a state of ketosis which is when it uses its own fat deposits as a source of energy.
Marriott explained how Fury found this hard when it was introduced in December 2017.
Instagram @gypsyking101 Fury is almost unrecognisable after shedding an incredible 10 stone[/caption]
ITV Fury flexes his muscles on GMB as he prepares to face Sweden’s Otto Wallin in Las Vegas on Saturday[/caption]
Refer to Caption Tyson Fury, pictured with Ricky Hatton, has completed an incredible transformation having been 28 stone[/caption]

Marriott told Sky Sports: “People say that’s a fad diet, but Tyson is doing low intensity training at the moment.
“We give him a high-glycaemic gel, like cyclists use, which powers him through an hour training session.
“After the session he goes back into ketosis, because as soon as you have carbohydrates on a ketogenic diet, you need a different fuel source.
“When he’s done an hour’s session, the carbohydrate is out of his body, he utilises a different fuel source which burns fat.”
When SunSport went to Fury’s hometown of Morcecambe this summer, the owner of the Bayview Cabin explained how the fighter prepares food for him.
COFFEE & SPUDS
Megan Wilson said: “What he gets to eat is dependent on whether he’s got a fight or not.
“Sometimes he’ll order a big breakfast, but sometimes he watches his weight and tries to get something healthier.
“If he has a fight coming up, he’ll order a breakfast box but will ask to have the fat cut off the bacon.”
Fury will down pints of black coffee to control his hunger and focus his mind.
And, although cheat meals are allowed he is no longer permitted his favourite fish ‘n’ chips as potatos are bad news.

Getty Images – Getty Fury piled on the pounds after suffering from depression[/caption]
Trainer Ben Davison has helped Fury shed the poundsGetty Images – GettyWhile in training, Fury still takes in up to 5,000 calories a day as he looks to gain strength and muscle.
The man responsible for Fury’s strength and conditioning is Kristian Blacklock, who has worked with Fury for four years.
Blacklock was in the corner when Fury beat Wladimir Klitschko in 2015 and believes the heavyweight was only at 60 per cent when he drew with Deontay Wilder last year.
Blacklock told BBC Sport: “I don’t think he has ever been fully loaded because he has always, always had to lose weight and he was way overweight before the Klitschko camp.
“This time he can do anything: explosive jumps, athletic movements, no limitations. He can do things I do with a top middleweight.”
Blacklock and Marriott are in constant contact with Fury’s 26-year-old trainer Ben Davison via WhatsApp.
Davison was given the role after Fury split from his uncle Peter and the new trainer even moved into his home in Morecambe.
They worked extensively together everyday and Davison describes himself as “organiser, PR man, commercial manager, partly his manager, partly his adviser” as well as “friend, trainer, psychologist.”
He told the Daily Telegraph: “For him to get to where he is now was not just a physical transformation, but more of a mental one.
“What you see physically is only a fraction of the transformation that took place.

        What you see physically is only a fraction of the transformation that took place.

                Tyson Fury's trainer Ben Davison                

“The key is that I’m not a ‘yes’ man. People make that assumption simply because of the age difference.
“There are times when he wants to train and I’d like him to rest. But I knew if I said no, he’d be in a bad mood going into the next day.”
Davison eased Fury back into training.
When he first returned to the gym, the ‘Gypsy King’ did plenty of shadow boxing and swimming as he aimed to regain his unorthodox movement and speed.
Then, Davison and the team moved him into a bit of sparring after shedding the first chunk of weight.
And then, finally, he was in the ring testing himself against the likes of Mariusz Wach who fought Kltischko for the world title in 2012.
Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be publish Fury told Wladimir Klitschko he had been beaten by a ‘fat man’ in 2015[/caption]
Instagram @gypsyking101 Fury’s team gradually got him back into training as he shed the weight[/caption]
ITV Fury appears to be in the shape of his life as he prepares to take on Wallin in Las Vegas[/caption]

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Fury, Blacklock says, is now nearing the 100 per cent mark as he continues his climb back up boxing’s ladder.
There is no doubting that Fury is in the shape of his life as he prepares for his bout with Wallin.
So, whatever the outcome, it is one of sport’s most remarkable turnarounds.

by – thesun.co.uk/sport