Tyson Fury gifted new 'beast' truck to help with Dillian Whyte training camp as dad John delivers it to son

JOHN FURY delivered son Tyson a TRUCK promoting his new energy drink range ahead of the WBC heavyweight title showdown with Dillian Whyte next month.

The Gypsy King faces his British compatriot at Wembley on April 23 in what is his first fight in the United Kingdom since August 2018.

Tickets sold out in just 90 minutes for the blockbuster domestic dust-up in the capital.

And prior to the bout, John Fury has delivered the unbeaten Mancunian a truck to help with his training camp.

Fury's dad posted footage of the motor on his Instagram story to his 244,000 followers.

In the clip, John can be seen sitting in the driving seat, with messages of 'hit your day harder' plastered over the vehicle.

Images of Fury's 'Furocity' energy drink range also cover the truck with the thirst-quencher available in supermarket Iceland.

The video then sees Tyson locking up the truck after a drive, with John labelling it as a 'beast of a thing'.

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Fury is hoping to see a record British crowd of over 100,000 people cram into Wembley to watch his fight with Whyte.

Anthony Joshua’s 2017 win over Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley was in front of 90,000 people, but Fury vs Whyte could smash that figure.

An application has been made to increase the normal capacity.

Fury told talkSPORT: “We had those great nights in Las Vegas, a lot of fans turned out for that.

“It’s down to me to come home and put on a big fight in the UK and give all the fans that travelled abroad, and ones who couldn’t travel, come and see me in the flesh and see the fight.

“It’s going to be an absolutely epic night. I’ve been told it will be open to 103,000 people, which will be the biggest gate in British boxing history by far. It’s going to be an electric night, I cannot wait.

“The Gypsy King returns home, to the throne and a defence in an all British showdown. I cannot wait.”

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He added: “I’m absolutely ecstatic, can’t believe it. The boys are back in town, four years in the making.

“I’ve been away on the road for four years in Las Vegas, Los Angeles and been all over the place.

“I’m glad to be back home in the capital city, boxing in the biggest stadium in the country. It’s very, very exciting for me.”

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