Tyson Fury set to launch food and drink range with supermarket chain

The "Gypsy King" consumes around 5,000 calories per day when in camp training for an upcoming fight.

TYSON FURY is set to launch a range of ready meals in an exclusive deal with supermarket chain Iceland.

Fury, the WBC heavyweight world champion, has had his own battles with nutrition and weight following his 2015 victory over Wladimir Klitschko.

After dethroning Klitschko, Fury's drinking and eating spiralled out of control and he went up to 30 stone.

However, since his return to the ring in 2018, Fury has remained in trim shape and exercises every day - not just to maintain his fitness levels but because of the positive impact it has on his mental health.

When it comes to nutrition, Fury eats up to SIX meals a day which calculates to an estimated 5,000 calories, according to his chef George Lockhart.

His food intake includes fish, chicken, red meat and spices such as jalapenos.

Some of those healthy meals - as well as sauces, dressings and food supplements - are now expected to be available in Iceland shops around the UK, according to the Daily Star.

It is unlikely that Fury will be going head-to-head with Joe Wicks' range of muscle meals via Gousto.

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