Tyson Fury raves into the night in Las Vegas club after knocking Wilder out 1 week ago

Tyson Fury raves into the night in Las Vegas club after knocking Wilder out

Partying like a true champ

Tyson Fury was spotted celebrating his 11th round knockout win over Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas just hours after an impressive victory.

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The 33-year-old was rightfully the star of the show at the Hakkasan nightclub and was recorded by wife Paris, where he can be seen topless and soaking up the atmosphere.

The 'Gypsy King' had been embroiled in a tough 11-round match-up which had seen Fury dominate in the second half of the fight after both fighters managed to knock each other down in the third and fourth rounds respectively.

However instead of choosing to go and have an early night after a hard day's work, Fury seemingly had other plans and wanted to celebrate in style, as has become the norm when he wins a fight.

After beating Wilder to retain his WBC heavyweight title, the 33-year-old paid tribute to his coach and insisted that he was going to enjoy his win before deciding what his next fight will be.

"I've got to say thank you to my trainer Sugarhill, because if it wasn't for Sugar, America's own, Detroit's own, I wouldn't have got through that fight tonight," said Fury.

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"He told me. He said, 'Get your jab working big dog, and throw that right hand down the middle. Only the big dogs pull it out late on in fights.'

"I said, 'Yes, I've got you,' and I went and pulled it out of the bag."

"Before I start thinking about fighting other men I will bask in this victory. This was one of my greatest wins. I got off the floor to do it. I am the big dog in the division."

The heavyweight champion was also reported to have been heard singing 'We are the Champions' by Queen as he celebrated his deserved win.

Meanwhile, the ever-lacking-in-confidence Jake Paul has said that Fury has now earned the right to fight him. At least Fury will get a good laugh out of that one.

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