TYSON FURY will shock the world at his weigh-in with Dillian Whyte, says his nutritionist George Lockhart.
Fury is expected to come into April’s grudge world title showdown with fellow Brit Dillian Whyte at his HEAVIEST-EVER weight.
And Lockhart, who is responsible for what Fury puts into his body, says the world is in for a shock.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, he said: “I will tell you at the weigh-in there’s going to be a shock.
“People are going to be shocked at the weigh-in. People will be like, ‘holy crap.’
“You won’t even have to see the number on the scale. When you see him, you’ll know exactly what he’s been doing this whole time.”
Lockhart also gave an insight into the sheer amount of calories Fury is taking in every day.
The 33-year-old Gypsy King consumes “3,200 to 3,400 calories a day.”
Lockhart continued: “A lot of people are shocked about this, but he eats about 3,200 to 3,400 calories a day.
“That’s with training twice a day. People think he should be eating way more.
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“If you’re at a deficit you’ll lose weight, and if you’re at a surplus you’ll gain weight.
“If he’s gaining weight on 3,400 calories… and he’s not at a deficit, so, he’s definitely getting in plenty of calories.
‘He’s feeling great, he’s recovering quickly. That was a shocker for me, for a 6ft 9 heavyweight that’s highly active – I expected more as well.”
Meanwhile, opponent Whyte has finally broken his silence ahead of the Wembley Stadium blockbuster.
The Body Snatcher took to Twitter and Instagram on Wednesday to inform everyone that he is prepared for the bout.
Whyte said: “I’m ready. I’m looking forward to seeing everyone on the 23rd of April @wembleystadium. #LetsGooo!!!!”
He also showed off a video montage of his intense training regime.