TYSON FURY is 'living the dream' in Las Vegas as he prepares for the biggest fight of his career.

The Gypsy King is currently training in Sin City with Jorge Capetillo for his long-awaited undisputed heavyweight title fight with Anthony Joshua.

And the change of scenery has clearly left the WBC heavyweight titleholder in a good mood.

On Tuesday, Fury tweeted a picture of himself looking dapper in a gold Versace dressing gown in his Vegas digs.

The photo's accompanying caption read: "Living the dream."

Fury's long-awaited showdown with Joshua moved a huge step closer to coming to fruition last week when the pair agreed on a venue for their blockbuster showdown.

Saudi Arabia has landed the first of the duo's two multi-million-pound fights.

July 24, July 31 and August 7 are the three dates currently on the table.


An official announcement is expected within the next two weeks.

Fury's co-promoter, Bob Arum, told Boxing Scene: “It’s going to have to be within the next 10 days, maybe two weeks.

“It’s a massive economic deal.”

Joshua's promoter, Eddie Hearn, insists the biggest fight in the history of British boxing is close to being finalised.

He told The Telegraph: "We all know now that both sides have signed the contract, they have both accepted one specific proposal and we are finalising that with contracts going backwards and forwards and tiny, tiny points getting ironed out.

"We haven’t finalised an exact date, July 24 is the rough date but it may leak into early August but no later than that.

"The Olympics will be a different timezone so it’s not really in the mindset."

He later added: "There is no hold-up.

"You get a written offer come in, from there you accept the offer, which we have done, and then it is on to long form contracts for the site agreement.

"That's where we are now. It’s a huge deal, so it is not something that requires just one draft.

"There have been drafts going backwards and forwards between our lawyers and Top Rank’s lawyers.

"I have missed a couple of deadlines so I don’t want to keep coming up with new ones.

"It’s close. There is zero hold-up."

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