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Tyson Fury dances topless on Vegas table as he forgets about Anthony Joshua bout

Tyson Fury doesn’t seem to be fretting over his mega-fight with Anthony Joshua finally being wrapped up – instead uploading a video online that shows him dancing with his top off in Las Vegas.

Fury is on the verge of securing the first of two heavyweight showdowns with Joshua, having agreed personal terms with his domestic rival back in March.

All that’s left to be sorted is the site deal and date for the bout, with the Gypsy King’s US promoter Bob Arum recently revealing it will be held out in Saudi Arabia.

Official confirmation is still yet to come, but Fury appears completely unfazed in his latest video on Instagram.

The WBC heavyweight champion and trainer SugarHill Stewart can be seen dancing along to AC/DC’s You Shook Me All Night Long,

Both men look to be having the time of their lives, producing passionate air guitar performances and even taking their shirts off.

Fury is clearly already in decent shape ahead of that expected battle with Joshua, which is reportedly due to go ahead at the end of July or the start of August.

According to ESPN, the fighters are poised to rake in around £108million from the site fee alone, which will be split down the middle.

Arum recently told Boxing Scene: “We have [site deal] contracts now that we are marking up and so forth.

“It’s a big step. We’re just doing the paperwork now with the Saudis.”

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  • However, Fury’s British promoter Frank Warren said last week there are still a number of issues to sort out before the fight gets the green light.

    “We've not had an offer which we feel is suitable and we are awaiting an amended offer,” he told BT Sport.

    “We all have a will for this fight to happen, it is a no brainer for us to get it on.

    “It is when it goes on and where it goes on, and a couple of other issues that need resolved.

    “Until we get a binding deal memo we are where we are.”

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