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Paris Fury enjoying break before ‘getting back to reality of school run’ with hers and Tyson’s six kids after Wilder win

PARIS FURY was all smiles with husband Tyson as they enjoyed a break in Las Vegas before they ‘get back to reality and the school run’. Paris nervously sat ringside to watch heavyweight hero Fury put on a thriller with American rival Deontay Wilder. But after his 11th round knockout, the fun could commence as […] ...

PARIS FURY was all smiles with husband Tyson as they enjoyed a break in Las Vegas before they ‘get back to reality and the school run’.

Paris nervously sat ringside to watch heavyweight hero Fury put on a thriller with American rival Deontay Wilder.

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But after his 11th round knockout, the fun could commence as the long-time partners then partied in Sin City.

Paris and Fury posed while on what appeared to be a lunch date as she re-caped what will be another epic chapter in her tell-all book.

She posted on Instagram: “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.

“And not long till Love and Fury is out too.

“For all the inside info on the magic and mayhem of life with Tyson the link is in my bio if you fancy pre-ordering a copy.”

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Fury’s preparation to fight Wilder, who he drew with in 2018 but beat last year in their rematch, was heavily affected.

First he tested positive for coronavirus, meaning their initial July 24 date was scrapped.

And then the Gypsy King, 33, faced a fearful few days after the birth of his baby daughter, who went into ICU but was thankfully discharged.

The up and down rollercoaster period was capped off with a stunning performance by Fury.

He dropped Wilder, 35, three times, but had to twice get off the canvas in round four, before closing the show in style with one round to go.

Fury will soon return home to Lancashire, where baby Athena, sons Prince John James, Prince Tyson Fury II, Prince Adonis Amaziah and daughters Valencia and Venezuela will wait for him.

He also knows his next fight will be the winner of Dillian Whyte, 33, versus Otto Wallin, 30, at the end of the month.

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