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Tyson Fury is spotted filming 'At Home With the Furys' series two in Morecambe… As the Gypsy King is takes a break from training for his blockbuster bout vs Oleksandr Usyk with a walk along the beach

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  • Tyson Fury was also seen at Old Trafford watching Man United vs Liverpool
  • He will fight Oleksandr Usyk on May 18 in Saudi Arabia for the undisputed title
  • Fury suffered a cut to his eye in sparring, which caused the fight to be postponed

Tyson Fury has posted a video on his Instagram story on Wednesday showing him being followed by a Netflix camera crew as they filmed for the second season of ‘At Home with the Furys’.

The Gypsy King is currently preparing for his blockbuster showdown with Oleksandr Usyk in Saudi Arabia, with the winner set to be crowned the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world. 

Fury had sustained a nasty cut above his eye in sparring earlier this year, that led to the hotly anticipated fight being postponed until May 18 with tensions subsequently rising between both camps. Meanwhile, rumours are circulating that Anthony Joshua could look to fight Fury after his bout with Usyk.    

It comes as Netflix, who released the first series of the documentary about the affable boxer last year, seem to currently be following the Gypsy King in his preparations ahead of the huge fight. 

Fury posted a clip of himself being followed by the camera crew, smiling and chatting with the videographers and had tagged the Instagram handle of the Saudi Arabian royal advisor Turki Alalshikh. 

Fury posted several videos on his instagram story of himself laughing as he was followed by a camera crew

The heavyweight champion seemed in good spirits, conversing with the videographers as he walked through Morecambe

Tyson Fury was spotted being followed by Netflix cameras for the second series of At Home with the Furys on Wednesday 

It comes as the Gypsy King is preparing for his blockbuster showdown against Oleksandr Usyk in May

It comes as the Gypsy King is preparing for his blockbuster showdown against Oleksandr Usyk in May

But it seems we will be getting another series of the successful documentary, which showcased the 'crazy' lifestyle of the father-of-six and his relationship with his wife Paris

But it seems we will be getting another series of the successful documentary, which showcased the ‘crazy’ lifestyle of the father-of-six and his relationship with his wife Paris

At Home with the Furys series one was a huge success, with many tuning in to take an inside look at the WBC heavyweight champion’s ‘crazy’ life away from the boxing ring at his £1.7million mansion in Lancashire.

The first series showcases how the 35-year-old fighter juggles his life with his kids and his urge to put the gloves back on after he announced he would retire back in 2022. It also delves into his family life and showcases his relationship with his wife, Paris before showcasing his preparations for his fight with Derek Chisora back in 2022. 

The first series also features cameos from Molly-Mae Hague and his brother, Tommy Fury. 

Series two had been renewed by Netflix before the first season had launched back in August 2023 but there was some concern over whether Fury would participate.

MailOnline exclusively reported last August that had turned down the chance to film two more series of the fly-on-the-wall documentary, despite its huge success. 

It is understood that the show’s intrusive nature and the fact that cameras were following Fury and his family constantly had taken its toll on the boxer. 

Fury had also tagged the Instagram handle of the Saudi Arabian royal advisor Turki Alalshikh

Fury had also tagged the Instagram handle of the Saudi Arabian royal advisor Turki Alalshikh

At Home with the Furys series one was a huge success, with many tuning in to take an inside look at the WBC heavyweight champion's 'crazy' life

At Home with the Furys series one was a huge success, with many tuning in to take an inside look at the WBC heavyweight champion’s ‘crazy’ life

On Sunday, Fury was pictured posing with Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford as Manchester United defeated Liverpool in dramatic circumstances to advance to the FA Cup semi-finals

On Sunday, Fury was pictured posing with Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford as Manchester United defeated Liverpool in dramatic circumstances to advance to the FA Cup semi-finals

During the first series, Fury had wanted cameras to stop filming on several occasions, with MailOnline revealing that the show was cut from 10 episodes to nine.

But it looks like a second series could go ahead, although its release date is unconfirmed. 

Fury, a Manchester United fan, has been spending some time away from the gym recently and was at Old Trafford on Sunday to watch the Red Devils defeat fierce rivals Liverpool in their colossal FA Cup quarter-final match. 

He was spotted participating in several interviews at Old Trafford and was seen posing for a picture with Sir Alex Ferguson as United rallied to secure a last-gasp win over their old rivals to reach the FA Cup semi-finals.