Tyson Ferry’s massive body transformation before he fought Deontay Wilder was based on a diet of six meals a day — including a healthy curry.
The WBC champion, 34, lost 10 times before his first fight with the Bronze Bomber in 2018.
Fury got into good shape with his diet after he picked up UFC chef and nutritionist Conor McGregor George Lockhart.
Lockhart even took to Instagram to reveal that he was returning to the UK to help Fury back in 2020.
Alongside a picture of his British airline ticket, he wrote: “Here we go again!!!! #tysonfury #lockhartandleith #cookingforthechamp #ufc #weightcut #takingover”
The naturally talented Fury at 6 feet 9 inches is used to looking like he plays fast and loose with the science of the sport.
Friend and camp manager Timothy Alcock was also his personal cook before his first fight against Wilder in December 2018 and peanut butter chicken was on the menu almost every night.
Fighting man Fury has shown little interest in the calls for diet and small meals that come and go out of fashion among fighters and celebrities.
But he handed pots and pans to a former Marine and mixed martial arts fighter Lockhart to get in shape and stay there.
Lockhart makes salmon buns with spicy jalapeños, cilantro, and Greek yogurt sauce for Fury.
The expert chef even managed to make Brussels sprouts look delicious in one social media post.
Their taste buds were left tingling by the honey sriracha salmon that lay on a bed of quinoa, Greek rice, and grilled chicken with tzatziki sauce was probably a big hit for the fighter.
Fury’s team was muzzling over a plate of strawberry-mango salsa with tomato, cilantro rice, and a chili shrimp patty.
Foodie #28 was previously allowed to feast on a stunning pork dish of apples and cranberries stuffed with pumpkin, quinoa, walnuts and spinach and topped with citrus onions and avocado.
With Fury’s intense training leading to a calorie deficit, he could have been bolstered by eating meat of seared Dijon maple syrup with wild salmon with rosemary, garlic, roasted sweet potatoes, tomatoes, spinach, and chili.
Lockhart even manages to make cauliflower appetizing by tossing it with chickpea fritters with cilantro-lime shrimp and rice, topped with macadamia nuts, avocado, cilantro, and lemon vinaigrette.
And Fury might be able to tackle his next opponent a little easier after mocking a healthy version of sausage.
The Morecambe resident had apple and chicken sausage with sweet potato and spinach quinoa cooked in chicken broth with a side of baked cabbage chips and avocado.
Even Fury’s favorite curry tops the list, with Lockhart making sure the boxer gets his red meat intake just right.
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