HEAVYWEIGHT boxer Tyson Fury was spotted jogging down Bournemouth beach on Tuesday.

Accompanied by a friend, the two-time heavyweight world champion was seen near Boscombe Pier.

He was wearing a black vest with “Gypsy King” splashed on the back in gold. It’s not the first time he’s been seen in the town.

In March last year, Tyson crashed a drum and bass event in Bournemouth and reportedly jumped on a set with Drum and Bass MC Harry Shotta.

He was also spotted on holiday in the town in 2017.

The 6ft 9ins boxer from Manchester, turned heads at Greenbaize Snooker Club on Wallisdown Road where he happily posed for pictures with fans.

He also paid a visit to Dorset professional boxer Iain Weaver’s gym to watch him train.

Tyson is a two-time heavyweight world champion, having held the WBC, The Ring magazine and lineal titles since defeating Deontay Wilder in February 2020.

He has won 30 out of 31 fights in his career, drawing once.

Of his 30 wins, Tyson has won via knock-out 21 times.

In May, it was revealed Eddie Hearn believed deals could be struck with the prospective next opponents of Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury to step aside and allow the two British heavyweights to fight next.

Anthony Joshua’s promoter Hearn revealed he had been speaking to Tyson’s management team MTK Global about a potential blockbuster bout in which all four of the major world titles in the blue riband division would be on the line.

Eddie Hearn said: “Negotiations aren’t under way. We have a contract to fight Kubrat Pulev next, Tyson Fury has a contract to fight Deontay Wilder next.

“With everything that’s happening, there is, I believe, keenness from the sides Anthony Joshua and our team and Tyson Fury and his team to potentially go straight into that fight.

“But the major hurdle is we’re both under contract for other fights.

“Could a deal be struck for them to step aside? Absolutely. Would we be willing to entertain it? Absolutely.

“But right now the focus is on the contracts we have signed with a move for the winners fighting the winners probably in spring ’21.”