Undefeated heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury continues to ponder a move to mixed martial arts, reiterating to Irish radio that he will soon travel to Dublin to begin MMA training with former UFC champ Conor McGregor.

Tyson Fury will certainly have his hands full if, as expected, he renews his rivalry with Deontay Wilder next February but ‘The Gypsy King’ has appeared increasingly open to extra-curricular activities outside the boxing ring as evidenced by his recent appearances under the WWE banner but if the world of professional wrestling doesn’t quite make the most of Fury’s true talents, he says that they would come to fore should he ever transition from boxing to MMA.

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Fury recently spent time with UFC middleweight Darren Till in his Liverpool training base learning the basics of mixed martial arts, where ‘The Gorilla’ put him through his paces in the arts of defending takedowns, working against the cage and integrating elbow and knee strikes into his already concussive arsenal of blows and, as he said on Today with Miriam O’Callaghan on Ireland’s RTÉ Radio 1, he is set to continue his MMA apprenticeship under the tutelage of Conor McGregor.

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