TYSON FURY sent a spine-tingling message to the men lining up to face him once lockdown is lifted.
Deontay Wilder has activated the rematch clause in his contract to set-up a third fight – that only the American’s bank manager really wants to see.
But Fury, who has been keeping in shape with daily Instagram training sessions with his wife Paris, warned both men they are in for a brutal battle.
After knocking out four sets of exercises on Wednesday, the WBC king roared: “I’m keeping ready, always ready for a war… We are Spartans!”
The undefeated 31-year-old uses the warcry from Hollywood smash hit action film 300 just before he walks out for fights.
And Fury is expected to be in better shape for combat than both of his opponents when boxing returns to the world.
Wilder, 34, has undergone bicep surgery after suffering an arm injury in the February battering of Wilder.
And AJ’s lockdown family home does not have a gym so he has told Hearn he will need a 10-12 week camp to get ready to defend his titles.
Fury wore a baggy jumper for Monday and Tuesday sessions, claiming that he had gorged on junk food over the weekend and wanted to sweat off the extra weight.
But his long arms were out for all 3,000 viewers to see on Wednesday as he stripped down to a vest for his latest sweatfest.
After 40 breathless minutes and 500 sit-ups, before finishing up with a warm-down, Fury said: “That was a blinding circuit, people.
“Stay safe and positive and motivated, everyone, we are all in this together and hopefully we all get out of it together too.”
Fury recently dubbed Joshua a “big cuddly baby” in another dig at his rival.