TYSON FURY will train with UFC legend Tom Aspinall ahead of his blockbuster fight against MMA superstar Francis Ngannou.
Fury and Ngannou will lock horns in a boxing match on October 29 in Saudi Arabia after the former’s proposed undisputed title clash with Oleksandr Usyk fell apart.
And the Gypsy King has enlisted the services of good friend Aspinall once more after calling him up during some of his previous training camps.
The Salford-born bruiser confirmed he will be assisting the undefeated boxer with his invaluable MMA experience, which saw him winning 13 and losing three out of 16 fights inside the Octagon.
Aspinall told The Mirror: “I actually spoke to Tyson and he needs some help with his training and stuff, so we might have a little link-up and explore that a little bit.
“I’ve helped him in a couple of camps before, so we’ll see what happens.
“When I spar boxers, I sometimes give them more issues than other boxers would because I do things a little bit different than usual boxers would.
“There is punching involved in our sport, but it’s definitely not boxing. It’s way different.”
Ngannou will be stepping inside the ring as the underdog against Fury but Aspinall refuses to write off the UFC great.
In fact, the Cameroonian fighter holds the record for the hardest punch ever recorded.
Aspinall added: “If you stick Ngannou in a boxing ring or a cage with somebody, he’s always got a chance of winning.
“As far as skill level, Tyson will absolutely school him. Tyson is worlds apart from his level.
“Over the course of 12 rounds, it’s a tough task for Ngannou to win that fight unless he catches him early.”