The Gypsy King had to postpone his July 24 bout with Deontay Wilder to October 9 after it was revealed a coronavirus outbreak had emerged in Fury's camp, with the 32-year-old himself testing positive.
The fight was called off on July 8 when the outbreak was announced, but Fury was seen at Royal Exotic Cars Shop in Las Vegas, then a casino July 14. It is not know when Fury first tested positive for the virus.
Dillian Whyte (above) called Tyson Fury a 'w*****' after he was seen in public just a week after testing positive for coronavirusInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Fury angered fans by appearing in public in Las Vegas just a week after testing positive
Fury has come under intense scrutiny from the boxing community as many believe he should still be in self-isolation, with Whyte - who could replace Fury in the Wilder bout later this month - the latest to condemn the Morecambe-born boxer's actions.
Whyte told The Sun: 'Tyson Fury is a w***** and a disgrace to British boxing if he has caught Covid-19 and gone around Las Vegas mixing with fans after cancelling the Deontay Wilder fight.
'He talks s*** because when you have Covid-19 you are sick and you have to quarantine and instead he is walking around smiling, mixing and taking photos with people.
Fury (right) called off his July 24 trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder (left) after his diagnosis
'Either he has got it or he hasn't - they said his mate and sparring partner Joseph Parker had it and the next minute he's out at a UFC fight denying it.'
Fury's clash with Wilder is the second 2021 fight involving the Gypsy King to be postponed, after his contest with Anthony Joshua was pushed back when an arbitration court ruled he needed to take on The Bronze Bomber for a third time.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
But the long wait for the all-British unification clash - that would bring all five heavyweight belts together - is