Watch as Tyson Fury’s stay-at-home coronavirus workout is hilariously crashed by his children

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Tyson Fury attempted to stage a live streamed stay-at-home workout from his front room on Tuesday morning, however things did not quite go to plan.

In light of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s instructions regarding a UK lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, the WBC heavyweight champion has taken it upon himself to provide entertainment for all those stuck indoors.

Tyson Fury is the WBC heavyweight world champion

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Tyson Fury is the WBC heavyweight world champion

Fury roped his wife into lifting weights alongside him and began the session to loud music.

But this had three of their five children feeling left out, so they decided to crash the session and dance alongside their parents.

First to enter was upset two-year-old Valencia in search of her mother.

She was soon followed by eldest Venezuela and then her brother Prince.

Fury and his family were recently the focus of an ITV series

Fury and his family were recently the focus of an ITV series

Fury explained: “I said I’d do a live video of training and that’s what I’m gonna do.

“Every day I’m gonna do a live video of me doing a bit of training and everybody can join in if they want.”

He concluded: “I’m gonna be doing two sessions a day becuase we’ve got nothing else to do.

“I’m gonna stay indoors, I’m not gonna go out and spread this disease, I’m gonna stay in and do what the Prime Minister says.”

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The quicker we work together to stop coronavirus spreading, the sooner we can get back into the pubs, the gyms and stadiums and arenas to see live sport again…

STAY AT HOME. Only leave for the following purposes:

  • to shop for basic essentials – only when you really need to
  • to do one form of exercise a day – such as a run, walk or cycle, alone or with other people you live with
  • for any medical need – for example, to visit a pharmacy or deliver essential supplies to a vulnerable person
  • to travel to and from work – but only where this is absolutely necessary

For more info and tips, visit the NHS website.

The government has also issued further detail on what we can do during lockdown.

Everyone should do what they can to stop coronavirus spreading.

Meanwhile, Fury’s former opponent Otto Wallin has revealed that he believes he likely has Covid-19.

Wallin told TMZ: “I’m feeling fine, but I’ve been having symptoms for the virus. Right now I’m better but I don’t have any taste or any smell.

“So, I felt like I had a fever but I didn’t. And, then like I was starting to get better, and then all of a sudden I lost my smell and taste..

“My mum was here in New York with me, when she got back [to Sweden] she started having symptoms. At the same time I also started having symptoms.

Fury outpointed Wallin in September

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Fury outpointed Wallin in September

“The her boyfriend a few days after started feeling really sick. He’s a diabetic, he’s a risk group. He tested positive, he’s the only one that’s been tested…

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