TYSON FURY was captured practising his left hook as he fired a warning out to Deontay Wilder ahead of their trilogy fight.
The WBC champion is training in America ahead of his return to the ring and has heavyweight rival Wilder on his mind.
Hitting the heavy bag alongside light-heavyweight Ahmed Elbiali, Fury threw a one-two followed by TEN left hooks.
The Gypsy King has happy memories of that punch, having dropped Wilder in round five of their rematch with a double left hook, to head and body.
And he reminded the American of the very same knockdown as he uploaded a picture of Wilder on the deck.
He captioned the post: "Please don’t forget the beat down I gave you last time chump."
Fury, 32, and Wilder, 35, will renew their rivalry on July 24 in Las Vegas after signing up for a trilogy bout.
They first drew in 2018, but Wilder was emphatically beaten in the rematch two years later.
The second fight included an immediate rematch clause but amid the coronavirus pandemic, the trilogy was cancelled.
Fury's side then argued the stipulation expired as they instead entered talks with Anthony Joshua for an undisputed title decider in Saudi Arabia.
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Wilder fought his case in civil court and a mediator last week ruled in his favour after months of talks.
Fury was then faced with either paying the former champion a compensation package or proceeding with the trilogy.
Neither had any plans to negotiate a step aside deal, meaning they are now in line for another mega-fight
Meanwhile, Joshua, 31, has now turned to Oleksandr Usyk, 34, his WBO mandatory challenger.
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