Tyson Fury swaps wild Las Vegas pool party celebrations for the school run on UK return

Boxing great Tyson Fury exchanged Las Vegas for ‘La, La, La, Lancashire’ as the Gypsy King returned home after 12 rounds of partying following his historic win.

The best heavyweight on the planet plans to waste no time keeping his feet firmly on the ground today swapping his gruelling training runs for the school one.

The WBC champion’s return to dad duties comes after a chaotic weekend that saw him defeat American Deontay Wilder for the second time in one of the greatest fights in history.

After the historic win on Saturday night at the MGM Grand, knocking out the Bronze Bomber in the 11th round, Fury led Las Vegas in 24 hours of partying.

Tyson Fury’s post-fight celebrations continued at a Wet Republic pool party
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Despite the toll of the bout, the Brit showed no signs of slowing up, as he was joined by wife Paris and his family at a pool party.

Unlike his ring walk entering the arena dressed as a gladiator, the champion’s arrival at his second party of the weekend was decidedly low-key using the same entrance as those who had paid £150 to attend.

He joined other revellers at Wet Republic, where along with his wife, brothers Shane and Love Island star Tommy, coach SugarHill Steward and nutritionist George Lockhart, he had a private cabana as superstar DJ Steve Aoki blasted out the hits.

Fury, who dropped Wilder three times while twice hauling himself off the canvas in the fourth round, was topless throughout wearing a pair of brown shorts, socks, trainers and a huge silver crucifix.

No stranger to the microphone – Fury leads his fans in a singsong
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Ninety minutes after his arrival, Fury was joined in his exclusive area by Aoki as he showed no signs of fatigue from his brutal battle. The Mancunian blew kisses to his adoring fans while scantly clad girls in bikinis tried to approach the star under the watchful eye of Paris.

The security guards had to hold back eager partygoers more than once although Fury was happy to pose for countless pictures with fans.

The boxer opted for a Bud Light beer but was seen in front of a £13,200 three-litre bottle of pink Ace of Spades champagne.

The crowd were mainly Americans, although Brit Steve Greenwood, who lives and works in Colorado, attended the pool party.

The booze was flowing including £13k bottles of champagne
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The 34-year-old account manager for a PR company told the Mirror: “This is the second time I’ve seen Tyson fight in Las Vegas, and I found out then the after-party is just as exciting as the bout.

“He makes you feel very proud to be British.

“He not only knows how to box, he knows how to have a good time too.

“He needs knighting.”

At one point, Fury was treated to one of the club’s party tricks as a parade of scantily-clad waitresses rolled out the red carpet.

Each of them held a card decorated with a single letter which spelt out ‘Gypsy King’.

Wife Paris joined her husband as letters spelt out ‘Gypsy King’
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As the sun began to fade, cigars were passed around as Fury joined with others in singing several British hits.

He performed Oasis’s Wonderwall before then blasting out Queen’s We Are The Champions.

Shortly before 6pm as the afternoon came to a close, he joined revellers in singing the final song and now boxing anthem Sweet Caroline to finish the party.

Afterwards, Paris took to Instagram to speak of her pride in her husband.

Posting a picture sat alongside Tyson, she wrote: “What a night . . . what a fight.

“The last 48 hours have been epic, and I’m still on cloud nine. It meant everything to be there with Tyson, he’s worked so hard for this, and he brought it home like the great champion he is.

“It won’t be long till we’re back to reality and the school run but for now this is definitely one of the highs of being a boxer’s wife.”

Wet Republic is a 54,500 square foot venue. It is a sister club to Hakkasan where Fury partied on Saturday night, where he told crowds of supporters hours after his win how they will talk about this night for 1,000 years following his thrilling trilogy fight victory.

Following his triumph, the boxer was seen swigging £800-a-bottle vodka, jumping on top of the DJ booth and singing to fans as he celebrated until 3am.

Fury with superstar DJ Steve Aoki at poolside
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The shirtless boxer told revellers: “Am I the greatest heavyweight of my era? Without a doubt. I believe I could beat anyone in history.”

Fury’s 11-hour flight home from Sin City allowed him to clear his head as he was eager to return home to his six children, who he had not seen for weeks due to his training.

On his return to his beloved Morecambe, Lancashire, his children greeted him on Monday, where they excitedly waited for their superstar dad at the family’s modest £550,000 home.

The boxer has consistently stated his greatest job is being a father, and the fighter told pals he “couldn’t wait to swap his training runs to take his kids to school.

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Fury even enjoyed a beer as revellers partied away following his win
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A source told the Mirror: “Tyson has made no secret that before anything in his life that his family and kids come first.

“He is a devoted dad. A doting dad. Between him and Paris, despite all the chaos of his life in the ring, Tyson is prouder of nothing more than being a dad.”

Fury has made no secret of how his devotion to his family once saying: “Got a beautiful wife, beautiful kids, they’re all healthy. That’s the most important thing, you know, your health and your family.

“Nothing else really matters. Your job, your money, your wealth, your career, none of that really matters because you can get another job, you can start snooker, or you can go make more money.

“It doesn’t really matter, but the one thing you can’t get back is your family. You can’t get back time lost, and that’s the crazy thing about it all.”

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