TYSON FURY was mobbed by fans and celebrity stars as he made a guest appearance on ITV's new show The Games.
The celeb sporting competition involves 12 contestants puffing through a series of challenges with one male and one female crowned winners.
The Gypsy King also gave his Instagram followers a behind-the-scenes look at his time on the show.
That included giving contestants a pep talk and congratulating ex-Love Islander Wes Nelson for winning the 400m race men's race.
The humble "people's champ" was then captured giving up his time to fans, taking selfies and posing for photos.
Later on in the show, YouTuber "Yung Filly" asked the unbeaten boxer about the pressures he faces in the ring.
And Fury, 33, replied: "I don't feel pressure because I'm one of those people that believes in destiny.
"And every time I go to the ring to a fight, I believe that if it's my destiny, my time, then I'll win.
"And if I'm not supposed to win then I'll lose. And either way, I won't be that much upset if I lose. Or, I'll be gracious if I win."
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Fury, 33, announced before his last fight, against Dillian Whyte, 34, at Wembley, that it would be the final of his career.
And after knocking out Whyte in front of record-breaking numbers, the Brit legend maintained that it was just another day in the office.
He said: "I don't feel any pressure, 94,000 the other day. And I didn't feel any pressure at all. I ran to that ring like I was a warrior."
Fury has remained adamant his gloves will remain hung up, no matter what is on the table.
And that is despite Anthony Joshua, 32, and Oleksandr Usyk, 35, preparing to rematch in the summer.
But the WBC do plan to meet with Fury, to have a final decision on whether to keep him installed as champion or vacate the belt.