Tyson Fury trains for 15 rounds as he steps up Whyte training with brother Tommy

Tyson Fury stepped up preparations for his fight against Dillian Whyte with a 15 round training session with dad John and brother Tommy.

Whyte has been confirmed as WBC champion Fury's next opponent after negotiations over an undisputed blockbuster clash with WBF, IBF, WBO and IBO title holder Oleksandr Usyk broke down.

The fight must be held no later than April 29, with the Principality Stadium in Cardiff an early favourite to host the domestic bout.

With three months to go until the bell rings on their hotly-anticipated clash, Fury has wasted no time in getting himself into shape.

In a clip on his Instagram story, Fury can be seen training with his father John and brother Tommy.

He captioned the post: "15 rounds today for the fat man. Father son thing."

Fury also reposted a video of younger brother Tommy shadowing boxing in the ring.

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The Love Island star is also back in training after suffering a broken rib which caused him to miss his grudge match with Jake Paul in December.

Tommy is doing drills with his older brother ahead of his own boxing return, expected to be some time in March.

Tyson, though, is now concentrating on his fight with Whyte.

The star's UK-based promoter Frank Warren won the highest successful purse bid in boxing history to stage the fight, his £31million eclipsing the Matchroom's Boxing's £24million.

Fury will pocket £25million from the fight with Whyte will earn £6million, as per the 80/20 split ordered by the WBC.

"I can't wait to punch Whyte's face in," Fury has already said.

"I'll give him the best hiding he's ever had.

"Whyte, train hard! Because you are getting annihilated."

Meanwhile, Anthony Joshua is expected to confirm a rematch with Oleksandr Usyk, having lost to the Ukrainian last September.

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