TYSON FURY will be hoping that his performance against Dillian Whyte is as clean as his £100,000 Mercedes.
The WBC heavyweight champion, preparing to fight his fellow Brit, was snapped alongside brother Tommy Fury taking the time out to get his expensive motor washed.
Tommy, 22, is also in camp and set to feature on Fury’s April 23 undercard at Wembley.
The man leading the charge in camp is trainer Sugarhill Steward.
In their first two fights together, Fury, 33, twice stopped Deontay Wilder, 36.
And coach Steward predicts a similar story against Whyte, 33, next month.
He told BT Sport: “It’s knockouts always. It’s knockout time. Every fight, I’m preparing Tyson to knock somebody out.”
Fury has also warned his UK homecoming fight – almost five years in the making – will be the last in his boxing career.
But even his trainer admitted there will be sceptics pondering whether to believe him or not.
Steward said: “Whatever he says at the time, that’s what it is.
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“As you know, everybody in the world changes their mind so it just depends how much you or anybody else puts thought into what he said.
“Nobody believes Tyson anyway so what difference does it make?”