Tyson Fury confirms a six-night “homecoming party” tour with Tyson Fury to celebrate Deontay’s win


Tyson Fury will be in town for six nights “homecoming”Tour around the UK to commemorate his stunning victory over Deontay Wester last month.

The Gypsy King won a stunning heavyweight fight when he knocked out his American opponent in round 11 of their trio fight.

After both fighters had been knocked to the ground several times, they continued to demonstrate incredible resilience and continue swinging.

After celebrating Fury’s win in Las Vegas, Fury and Paris returned home to Morecambe to spend time with their six children.

He will however officially mark his birthday next month. “homecoming”Enjoy a 6-night tour of major UK cities.

Tyson Fury is to embark on a six-night homecoming tour after beating Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas
After beating Deontay wilder in Las Vegas, Tyson Fury will embark on a six night homecoming tour.

It starts with an event in Manchester, his hometown, on December 2nd, followed by similar events in Birmingham, Cardiff Leicester, London, and Glasgow.

Heavyweight champion will be available for questions from fans. Many will want to know who and when he will fight next. Rumours of his retirement could also be addressed.

Fury will oblige all who attend with photos and autographs to recall the occasion.

Tickets for the tour will go on sale via Ticketmaster. O2 Priority customers can reserve their seats starting November 3, while general sales will start two days later.

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Tyson Fury knocked out Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas to retain his WBC world heavyweight title
Tyson Fury beat Deontay wilder in Las Vegas to maintain his WBC world title as a heavyweight.

Fury is on the horizon “an extended break”Frank Warren, UK promoter, said that Wilder was removed from the boxing arena after his victory.

He will be supporting his younger brother Tommy next month when he takes on YouTuber Jake Paul in Florida. “living the dream”.

As for his own boxing future, Tyson’s next outing – if there is to be one – is almost certain to be against the WBC’s mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte.

Fury would be able to retain his title in the fight if he wins. He could then take on the winner in the rematch between Anthony Joshua or Oleksandr Usyk to try to become the undisputed heavyweight champion.

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Fury has offered to help Joshua train for his rematch after losing to the Ukrainian in September, as he wants to face him in an all-British clash – which would likely make far more cash for the fighters than a bout against Usyk would.

“We are 100 percent serious about helping Joshua in camp,”SugarHill Steward, Tyson’s trainer, told TalkSPORT.

“We want him to defeat Usyk, for a start, because we want to see Fury against Joshua, and so do all the fans of boxing in the world.”