Molly-May Hague said she was “beyond happy” after Tyson Fury rejected her nemesis – and her boyfriend Tommy Video called her out of the ring.
The Love Island star watched one of the biggest fights in boxing history from home, while Tommy got a front-row seat.
His brother Tyson rocked two Deontay Wilder knockdowns – and the American managed to knock Wilder down a total of four times.
“He’s a champion right there,” she wrote, sharing a photo of Tyson after the fight.
“There is not an inch of doubt from any of us.
“So beyond joy.
“What a fight.”
She also shared a photo of her future sister-in-law, saying: “How amazing. A moment for Paris Fury.”
Not missing her boyfriend’s special family moment, Tommy FaceTimes her out of the ring as he celebrates his success.
With his arm raised in the air, Tommy smiled from ear to ear.
Delighted Molly said: “Ahhhh best call.”
Fury’s position as the greatest heavyweight of the era remained strong for ages.
He survived a terrifying fifth round to defeat his nemesis to KO in a spectacular 11th round on a wild night in Las Vegas.
Wilder was battered in the third and it looked like another opening night for the American.
But the 35-year-old former WBC champion rallied incredulously to drop Fury twice in a spectacular fourth round.
Fury then combined Skill with Power and again demolished Wilder in Round 10.
But when Fury scored a hat-trick in Round 11, the game was over and he became the biggest man of his era.
The win comes as a big boost to British boxing after Anthony Joshua’s crushing defeat to Aleksandr Usyk in London last month.
After the fight, a wounded Fury said: “Like the great John Wayne said I’m made of pig iron and steel baby
“I fell down and got hurt a couple of times and Wilder is a tough guy, even after getting up several times.
“Tonight it was a great fight, worthy of any trilogy in the game, I always said I’m best first and he’s second.
“But I was there to show love and respect and he didn’t want that so I would pray for him.”