Tyson Fury sang to Wladimir Klitschko as he prepares to fight for the world heavyweight title on 28 November, which has been in his rival's hands for 11 years. The British boxer sang the tune of Bette Midler's Wind Beneath My Wings but with his own take on the lyrics.
"A beautiful smile to hide the pain. For you are the one with all the glory. And I was the one with all the strength. You are the wind beneath my wings for so long, for I am the one with the new glory. And I will be the one with all the belts," he sang with a large smile.
Klitschko, who has not lost for 11 years and has a record of 64 wins and three defeats, could get closer to Joe Louis's record number of 25 with a win over Fury. The 27-year-old is unbeaten at 24-0 and poses a threat to Klitschko's 19th title defence, although bookmakers have the defending champion as strong favourite.
The two were initially meant to meet on 24 October but the Ukrainian star picked up a calf injury at training and the fight was rearranged for 28 November. Klitschko's The Ring, WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO crowns will be on the line when the pair finally get into the ring.