Tysons is set to launch a knockout range of prepared meals in partnership with Fury Iceland.
The heavyweight champion of the world is said to consume 5,000 calories a day and eat about six meals.
The Daily Star revealed that the Icelandic owners had applied for legal protection with the UK Patent and Trademark Office on Champion’s behalf.
Fury, 33, markets her own brand of ready meals, health foods and drinks, sauces, dressings, food supplements, cereal bars and protein shakes.
Fury got in shape with his diet after snapping UFC chef and Conor McGregor nutritionist George Lockhart.
According to nutritionists and chefs, a boxer eats about 5,000 calories a day.
According to George, the boxer consumes health foods in many of his daily meals, which always include one fish, one chicken and one red meat meal.
Some of Lockhart’s specialties include spicy jalapenos, salmon cake with coriander and Greek yogurt dressing, Sriracha honey salmon with quinoa and Greek rice, tzatziki sauce and apple and cranberry stuffed pork chicken with butternut squash, quinoa, walnuts, and spinach. Are included. Topped with a citrus avocado vinaigrette.
Sweet treats include Strawberry and Mango Salsa and Fruity Greek Yogurt.
It is not known whether Tyson will whip out similar specials for his range, but it is believed that it is set to rival Joe Wicks’ muscle-food range, that he pedals through to Gausto. Is.