Humble Tyson Fury celebrates his £30m Deontay Wilder win with trip to Home Bargains


Fresh from his stunning win over Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury seems to be keeping his feet firmly on the ground despite being £30million richer.

Fury arrived back home in England on Tuesday morning after winning the WBC heavyweight title in Las Vegas over the weekend, the British star having produced a stunning performance to stop the previously unbeaten American Wilder in the seventh round.

The 31-year-old was greeted by hundreds of well-wishers in Manchester and was all smiles as he made his way through the airport.

And now back home in Morecambe, Fury – who is believed to have earned at least £30m from his latest victory – recently took a trip to his local discount store and bought presents for his five children.

Tyson Fury returns to the UK after beating Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas last Saturday

Fury was greeted by stunned onlookers at the Home Bargains in Morecambe and was more than happy to pose for snaps with fans.

A source told The Sun : “It was amazing to see.

“Tyson has just banked millions from his fight and could buy them anything they want.

Tyson Fury punches Deontay Wilder during their heavyweight bout in Las Vegas

“But as all parents know, children are happy with any gift and Home Bargains has a decent toy selection so the children were delighted.

“He was mobbed by well-wishers as he left, but he was happy to pose for pictures and sign autographs.

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“He’s well known in Morecambe and enjoys living there, so he doesn’t want to change anything with his home life.

Fury was greeted by stunned onlookers at the Home Bargains in Morecambe

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“He’s looking forward to going back to normal life for a few months before his promoter works out who he is fighting next.”

WBC champion Fury arrived back in the UK on Tuesday morning, just hours after Wilder – who he stopped inside seven rounds in Las Vegas on Saturday night – had indicated that he wants to exercise his rematch clause.

Wilder’s decision is set to put Fury’s potential showdown with Joshua on the backburner, with the latter set to defend his WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO titles against Kubrat Pulev at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in June.





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