After he was forced to postpone his next World Title defence because of a shoulder injury, Zolani Tete is now back in the gym.
Tete was due to defend his WBO crown at London’s Copper Box Arena this weekend, but is expected to make his mandatory defence against Omar Narvaez at a later date in 2018.
On Thursday afternoon the South African released a training video, showing that everything is back to working order.
"There should be only one King in the Bantamweight division. Good to be back training," he tweeted.
In his last outing, Tete set a new world record for the fastest ever knockout in a World Title fight, destroying Siboniso Gonya in 11 seconds.
The Belfast crowd were certainly impressed, and after his mandatory duties, Tete would love to secure a unification with Northern Irishman Ryan Burnett.
"I am determined to put on another explosive performance for my UK fans when I face Narvaez. After I beat him the plan is to unify the Bantamweight division against Ryan Burnett. It is a fight that the boxing World wants to see and I am hopeful that it will happen in 2018," the 29-year-old said last month.