TYSON FURY will walk out on his beloved wife and SIX kids this week for a brutal Dillan Whyte training camp just down the road from the family home.
The dedicated daddy risked his life and WBC heavyweight world title when he faced Deontay Wilder for a third time in October after just two weeks of serious training.
Baby daughter Athena died for three minutes after her August birth and the 33-year-old giant refused to leave her and wife Paris’ side until she was totally out of the woods.
But now the whole brood is fighting fit – and Dillian Whyte has finally signed up for an April 23 Wembley showdown – Fury will pack up and move out for his first UK camp since 2018
And he reckons the harsh weather that batters his beloved Morecambe Bay will help conquer the Brixton 34-year-old who will have home advantage for the war.
Fury – whose last fight camps have been in sun-baked Las Vegas – roared: “When I am in training camp I don’t care if I am York, Cork or Hong Kong, I am in training camp.
“I will leave my house eight weeks out and have total tunnel vision.
“I have a couple of properties in Morecambe and I will use one as the training-camp house.
“The weather is a bit more mild than Vegas but I am happy up there. The weather is cold and hard but that’s how the Lancashire Valleys breed its men.
“Any world champion that has ever come out of Lancashire has been a tough and game man.”
Fury is fighting for a record-breaking £30million Frank Warren-won purse that he is guaranteed around £22m of.
But he’ll have to move the whole Team Fury down to London to ever make a dent in that mega-money windfall.
He said: “If the weather was a bit better all the houses in Morecambe would be worth about £5m more, it’s beautiful.
“But it’s a Northern seaside town, no glitz, no glamour, no Chanel or Louis Vuitton shops.
“It’s fish-and-chip specials – usually two for a fiver – and potted shrimp.
“I can barely spend any money, nobody could go skint in Morecambe because you only need about £150 to live up there.
“I might be buying a place down in London. I am looking at some houses in Surrey.
“I do like the solitude of Morecambe but Surrey is in the countryside. I might move down to the Big Smoke.”
Fury also has a secret sparring weapon up his giant designer sleeve for Whyte and potential nemesis Anthony Joshua.
Scotland-based Congo heavyweight Martin Bakole is one of AJ’s favourite training partners but Fury is drafting him to mimic Whyte’s violent skills and leak secrets back to the Olympic golden boy.
The master tactician revealed: “I will bring in Jared Anderson from the US for sparring, he is one of their best heavyweights and I will use one of Frank’s young heavyweights David Adeleye.
“I’m also going to use Martin Bakole.
“Bakole is AJ’s mate but I have seen interviews where he has said he has sparred us all and I am the only one he cannot land a glove on.
“AJ and Bakole have done a lot of sparring rounds together so he can go back and tell AJ just how good I am.”
Fury’s dad John – still boasting a six-pack at 57 – was refused entry to the US for his boy’s biggest fights so having his training partner at home will make for a fine reunion.
Tyson said: “It will be good to have him around for the training camp, I am looking forward to it.
“I could probably get him on the undercard for how hard he still trains.”