Tyson Fury set to launch his own range of food & drink with Iceland – as boxing star's 5,000 calorie-a-day diet revealed

TYSON Fury is set to launch a knockout range of ready meals in partnership with Iceland.

The Heavyweight Champion of the World is known for his own healthy appetite – said to consume a whopping 5,000 calories per day and eating around SIX meals.

And The Daily Star has now revealed Iceland bosses applied for legal protection with the UK’s Patent and Trademark Office on the champ's behalf.

Fury, 33, is in the market for his 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 up UFC chef and Conor McGregor nutritionist George Lockhart.

The boxer eats around 5,000 calories per day, according to the nutritionist and chef.

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The boxer consumes a raft of health foods across his many daily meals, which always include one fish, one chicken, and one red meat meal, according to George.

Just some of Lockhart's specialities include salmon cakes with spicy jalapenos, coriander and Greek yogurt dressing, sriracha honey salmon with quinoa and Greek rice, skewered chicken with tzatziki sauce and apple and cranberry stuffed pork loin with butternut squash, quinoa, walnuts, and spinach and topped with a citrus avocado vinaigrette.

Sweet treats include strawberry and mango salsa and fruity Greek yoghurt.

It's not known if Tyson will be whipping up similar specials for his range, but it's thought to be set to rival Joe Wicks's range of muscle meals, that he peddles via Gousto.

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