TYSON FURY has been spotted filming scenes for his upcoming Netflix docuseries in Manchester.
The Gyspy King, who was in attendance at the city’s AO Arena to watch friend Joseph Parker’s clash with Joe Joyce, is set to have a ten-game run with the streaming giants, along with his wife Paris.
The working title of the multi-part series is “At Home with the Furys”.
It is understood filming began shortly after the Gypsy King knocked out Dillian Whyte at Wembley in April where he defended his WBC heavyweight title.
The hit series was supposed to show Fury settling into retired life at home with Paris and their six children.
But cameras will instead capture Fury making a dramatic U-turn on his decision to hang up his gloves.
He and fellow Brit Anthony Joshua have agreed to a 60/40 purse split in favor of the unbeaten Mancunian, with the fight set to take place in Cardiff later this year.
The former WBA, WBO and IBF champion recently filmed scenes during his breakup with wife Paris in Cannes.
And now scenes have been filmed in Manchester at his hotel, where Fury was mobbed by fans as he walked down Deansgate.
He could be seen wearing a black jacket and jeans, while having a Gucci bag draped around his neck.
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Fury delivered an X-rated message to Joshua last week urging the 2012 Olympic gold medalist to sign the contract.
In a clip he shared on social media, he said: “Sign the AJ contract, little p***y.
“Sign the fucking p***y boy contract.”
On Friday, he blasted AJ and Oleksandr Usyk in another fiery video where he called them a “pair of sausages”.
Joshua has been warned to sign a fight with Fury by the end of next week or risk missing a fight.
Promoter George Warren remarked: “We have to get the contracts signed next week.
“I don’t think it’s difficult. If everyone wants to make it happen, it can be done and I believe the other side wants to make it happen.
“My dad Frank and Eddie Hearn have said publicly that 90-95% of it all was agreed.
“There are parts of the contracts that need to be fine-tuned and negotiated – tickets and hotel rooms – the most important thing is the broadcast, but that shouldn’t slow down the contract.”