TYSON FURY will be on his best behaviour in future, on the orders of his dad.
The British, European and WBO International Heavyweight champion has landed himself in hot water with boxing chiefs several times for his public outbursts.
Last year Tyson was hammered with a ??15,000 fine by the British Boxing Board of Control, following a foul-mouthed tirade at a press conference.
His father, John who was released from prison two weeks ago after serving almost five years for gouging a man's eye out at a car auction, has ordered his son to go straight.
Fury Sr believes he will provide a cooling influence, ahead of Saturday's WBO International title defence against German Christian Hammer at London's O2 Arena.
He said, "we had a long talk about this and I said, 'listen, what has happened in the past we can't change, but we can change the present and the future. Put all the daft swearing and the messing behind you, let's make a new start. Wipe the board clean and go on'.
"You're going to see another Tyson Fury from this day on. We don't want any more bad language, no more flipping out, there is no need for it."
Fury Sr hasn't been ringside to watch Tyson since his son's second win over John McDermott in June 2010.
He did manage to watch most of his televised fights while doing time at Strangeways, Buckley Hall and Thorn Cross prison.
This weekend he will be front row, hoping to see Tyson deliver the good against Romanian born Hammer.
Eventually he hopes the BBBofC will allow him a licence to work alongside his brother, Peter who trains Tyson.
John carries the can for some of his son's antics, explaining, "I could see him losing his temper, doing odd things, swearing, it is how he feels.
"Part of him is not here and he's thinking, 'it's not worthwhile because my Dad is not here'. I've been with him all his life and never left him until I went to prison.
"I think it mentally affected him. Now I'm back, all that is going to change. He is my lad, I can see what other people can't.
"I said, 'settle down' but I never see him because I was in there. You only see him for an hour a week or an hour every three weeks because he's in camp training. That is not enough."
Fury Sr, 50, boxed professionally for eight years - winning eight of his 13 fights between 1987 and 1995. But he has no doubt his son is destined to go further.
Tyson is mandatory challenger for Wladimir Klitschko's WBO crown and will get a crack later this year.
John added, "Wladimir Klitschko is an ambassador to boxing, great fella. He does everything right, he's an experienced lad. But he's getting on.
"Father Time catches us all. No matter how well you've done in the past you only have to have one fight too many and you only know it when you're in the ring.
"When you're in with someone like my son - a 6ft 9in, 19 stone dinosaur that can do what he does - he will give anyone in the world trouble, especially a 40-year-old world champion."