Tyson Fury has touched down in Las Vegas ahead of his long-awaited trilogy bout with rival Deontay Wilder.
The Gypsy King will fight the American for a third time on October 9 at the T-Mobile Arena.
And with less than three weeks to go until the first bell rings, Fury has arrived to fine tune his preparations.
He posed for an Instagram snap for Top Rank after disembarking from a private jet that took him Stateside.
The two heavyweights will go head to head for the WBC and Ring Magazine heavyweight titles when they meet again next month.
After a controversial draw between the pair in December 2018, the two once again clashed in the ring 19 months ago.
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And it was Fury who came out on top in the rematch.
The fight was stopped midway through the seventh round after Wilder’s corner threw in the towel to save their man from a barrage of Fury shots.
The Gypsy King was scheduled to face Anthony Joshua on August 14 in a hugely anticipated all-British bout for the ages.
But an arbitration judge ordered Fury to once again lock horns with Wilder, forcing the fight with AJ to be cancelled.
Joshua though has vowed a bout with Fury will go ahead one day.
First though The Gypsy King must dispose of Wilder again, something his dad and trainer John thinks he will do without any problems.
John is even confident his 33-year-old son will sent Wilder ‘into retirement.’
He said: “Tyson will send him into retirement this time. He’ll never box after this, he’s gonna get beat to pieces. Smashed to pieces.
“He got humiliated last time. He let the whole of America down. Tyson smashed him to pieces. He’s lucky to be boxing Tyson again for the third time.
“After that last performance, he don’t deserve the fight. It should have been him and AJ.
“People who like blood and snot everywhere and injuries are going to have a right night, believe me. He’s going to get it proper.”