TYSON FURY has started filming his new Netflix documentary – while also preparing for his boxing comeback.
The Gypsy King announced in June that he faces a ten-parter with the streaming giants.
It followed the success of his behind-the-scenes ITV documentary, which helped him continue to win fans’ hearts.
And judging by Fury’s Instagram, the cameras are now rolling as he filmed himself getting some TV make-up.
In a previous clip, the heavyweight was working out in the gym while it was speculated he was gearing up for another fight.
Fury, 33, announced his retirement in April after beating Dillian Whyte, 34, at Wembley, his first fight in the UK in four years.
But then he said he was coming back for an unlikely trilogy with Derek Chisora, 38, whom he previously beat in 2011 and 2014.
December’s fight was thought to have been aimed at Wales, but Fury has since appeared to indicate it’s now off.
He said: “The funny thing is people like to do business and then charge more and then change the goalposts.
“But the usual thing for me is I tell them to go and get fucked, so here we are.”
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Fury has instead focused on the ex-world’s strongest man Hafthor Bjornsson, 33, following their talks during an exhibition.
He uploaded a video to Twitter that appears to show him at an airport.
And Fury said: “You know where we are, Iceland. And you know what we’re doing here, we’re looking for Thor. Come out and fight like a man.”
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