Guido spars with Fury to prepare him to Fight against Wilder

TYSON FURY has stepped up his training regime to face Deontay Wilder by sparring against Joe Joyce and Guido Vianello.

The Gypsy King takes on the American in a heavyweight showdown for Wilder’s WBC title belt on December 1 in LA.

Fury, 30, is currently in California being put through a series of gruelling training regimes in a remote boxing camp.

They include running up Big Bear mountain and following in the footsteps of some of boxing’s greatest champions by training at Summit Gym.

And to get him in even better shape, his trainer Ben Davison invited two extra guests to help him get to the top of his game.

Brit Joyce is an Olympic silver medallist and has won all six of his fights since turning professional a year ago.

Italian Vianello has yet to make his professional debut but competed at the Rio Olympics in 2016.

He could be on the undercard of Vasyl Lomachenko’s scrap with Tony Bellew after being on the verge of signing a deal with Top Rank.

Davison uploaded a picture of the trio standing arm-in-arm following a sparring session.

Before heading to Big Bear mountain, Fury revealed his intentions to put himself in the best condition possible to face Wilder.

He said: “I am going to get used to the time zone in California, I want the best preparation possible that I can possibly give myself.

“I am going out there eight weeks before to Big Bear mountains. My friend Tim has been going on at me for two or three years about going training out there.

“I am going to be going back and forth because I have a wife and kids back home, I will be going back and forward before the fight.”

Abel Sanchez, the mastermind behind Gennady Golovkin’s pro career,  runs the remote camp that is just a two-hour drive from bright lights of Los Angeles that hosts the bout.