Tyson Fury buys the drinks and embraces fans as his celebrations continue in Las Vegas following sensational heavyweight world title victory over Deontay Wilder
- Tyson Fury won with a stunning seventh-round stoppage of Deontay Wilder
- Fury was seen lapping up the euphoria around his historic triumph in Las Vegas
- He was buying drinks and was seen embracing and greeting fans after the win
Fury won the world title for the second time with a stunning seventh-round stoppage of previously unbeaten Wilder.
But the news heavyweight champion was in no mood to quickly forget his defeat of Wilder, as he was seen mixing with and greeting fans in Las Vegas.
Tyson Fury’s celebrations showed no signs of slowing down after his win over Deontay Wilder
Fury won a second world title with a seventh-round stoppage of previously unbeaten Wilder
Fury continued his celebrations by mixing with and embracing fans after his famous win
And dressed in colourful clothing, Fury was also snapped queuing at the bar ordering the drinks to continue the celebrations.
Fury’s very public celebrations come as no surprise after he was seen with a similar bounce after expressing his delight and revelling in the moment immediately after his victory.
‘A big shout out to Deontay Wilder,’ Fury said. ‘He came here tonight and he manned up and he really did show the heart of a champion.
Fury was also seen queuing for and buying the drinks in very public celebrations in Las Vegas
‘I hit him with a clean right that dropped him and he got back up. He is a warrior. He will be back. He will be champion again.
‘But I will say, the king has returned to the top of the throne!’
Fury’s promoter Frank Warren is now keen to see his man face WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO champion Joshua, describing their potential meeting as ‘the biggest sporting event since the 1966 World Cup final’.
Fury’s promoter Frank Warren is now keen to see his man face fellow Brit Anthony Joshua
Warren said: ‘That would be the biggest sporting event to take place in the UK since England won the World Cup. You would not be able to get a ticket for it.
‘The stumbling block is that he [Joshua] has to fight Pulev. If I was him I wouldn’t fight Pulev, I would even vacate the belts to get the fight with Tyson on.
‘He should not take the risk. I’d prefer him not to take the risk, I’d prefer Wilder not to take the rematch and let’s get it on.’
Joshua is currently the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO champion after beating Andy Ruiz Jr
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