Tyson Fury is officially back in training ahead of his potential return to boxing in 2018.
The heavyweight has not fought since November 2015, but has promised to return in the new year once his issues with the UK Anti-Doping Agency are cleared up.
Fury currently has no boxing licence, and has admitted to being about seven stone away from fighting condition, but that has not stopped him from calling out Anthony Joshua.
Joshua ordered Fury to get fit ‘you fat f***’ last week with his British rival repeatedly aiming digs at AJ in the past few months.
Fury has posted several videos of his return to training and issued a warning to Joshua in the latest snippet on Wednesday.
‘Watch me go for a fat man I got the moves, feeling good in gym second week back,’ he said.
Anthony 'AJ' Joshua
‘Coming for all the stiff heavyweights out there, bellys gonna get you.’
Fury is still awaiting a decision from UKAD over a potential doping violation.
UKAD initially flagged Fury for a failed test last summer, but has postponed several hearings into the case.
Fingers have been pointed by both camps with UKAD insisting it is Fury and his lawyers that are causing the hold up.
While Fury is working his way back to the ring, Joshua is concentrating on securing his next opponent.
Deontay Wilder and Joseph Parker seem in pole position to fight Joshua next, although neither heavyweight is close to agreeing a bout contract.