Paris Fury enjoys Vegas break with Tyson after Wilder win before ‘getting back to school racing reality’ with six kids
PARIS FURY makes the most of her Las Vegas break with her husband Tyson before they “get back to reality and the school run”.
Paris sat nervously at ringside to watch heavyweight hero Fury’s thriller against US rival Deontay Wilder on Saturday night.
But now she’s letting her hair down after her 11th round knockout, with the couple spending the rest of the weekend partying in Sin City.
Paris and Fury enjoyed a relaxing meal together after his exploits before the champion stepped up the celebrations at a wild pool party in Vegas.
Speaking of her trip to the United States, Paris posted on Instagram: “What a night… what a fight! The last 48 hours have been epic and I am still in seventh heaven.
“It meant everything to be there with Tyson, he worked so hard for it and he brought him home like the great champion that he is!
“It won’t be long before we get back to reality and school but for now it’s definitely one of the heights of being a boxer’s wife.
“And shortly before the release of Love and Fury (the Paris book about life with Tyson).”
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The celebrations come after difficult preparation for the trilogy fight for the Fury family.
Tyson first tested positive for the coronavirus, which means the original July 24 date for the fight – which only took place after a court ordered it – has been overturned.
And then the Gypsy King, 33, and Paris faced a scary few days after the birth of their baby girl, who entered intensive care but was thankfully released.
The rollercoaster preparations capped off with a stunning performance from Fury.
He dropped Wilder, 35, three times, but had to leave the canvas twice in the fourth round, before ending the show in style with one lap to go.
Fury will soon be returning home to Lancashire, where baby Athena, his sons Prince John James, Prince Tyson Fury II, Prince Adonis Amaziah and his daughters Valencia and Venezuela will be waiting for him.
He also knows his next fight will be the winner of Dillian Whyte, 33, against Otto Wallin, 30, at the end of the month.