Tyson Fury was true to his word as he celebrated his victory over Deontay Wilder by partying with brother Tommy and wife Paris in Las Vegas.
The Gypsy King vowed to keep any thoughts about his next opponent in the back of his mind and enjoy a night out after his resounding knock-out win.
And hours after Wilder was sent to canvas for the third and final time at the T-Mobile Arena in Vegas, Fury can be seen staying at the dazzling Hakkasan nightclub.
Taking his place in the DJ booth with friend Steve Aoki, a shirtless Fury entertained the crowd with a selection of his now famous victory songs.
First on the karaoke playlist was American Pie – a Fury favorite she performed in the ring after her previous win.
The 33-year-old sang the then-sweet Caroline and TNT’s versions of ACDC’s Walking in Memphis to accompany her singing ring hours before.
It wasn’t long before Fury arrived at the DJ booth, sending the crowd into a frenzy with some shadow boxing and lengthy dance moves.
Fury was joined by his brother Tommy and wife Paris and the rest of their sparring squad at the Hakkasan site.
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He parted ways with trainer Sugarhill Steward, whom he credits with saying the magic words, which inspired him to knock-out Wilder in the 11th round.
Hakkasan hosted a celebration of Fury’s previous victory since his first win over Wilder in February last year.
Aoki was also on deck that night when he played the lead cheerleader in the Fury squad.
While the winner danced through the night, Wilder was sent to a hospital for a precautionary check-up after Saturday’s brutal beating.
The Bronze Bomber was on the floor three times despite scoring two of his knockdowns and was ultimately no match for Britain’s power.