- Tyson Fury took an 11-round beating in his fight with Deontay Wilder, but that wasn’t going to stop him from celebrating.
- After winning the best heavyweight fight in a long time, Fury tore up the club with Steve Aoki in Las Vegas.
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Tyson Fury is simply built different. The 33-year-old WBC heavyweight champion not only went 11 brutal rounds with Deontay Wilder, but he somehow rallied enough to party with Steve Aoki until the early hours of Sunday morning.
Around 10:00 p.m. PT, Fury landed this vicious punch to send Wilder to the mat and retain his belt.
— Teju (TJ) Adeshola (@TJay) October 10, 2021
Not long thereafter, he was backstage meeting with fans and the media when Steve Aoki came up to say congratulations. Fury responded by asking if they were going partying to celebrate his win. Aoki said yes.
Around 1:00 a.m., the Gypsy King did exactly that. A shirtless Fury jumped on stage with Aoki at Hakkasan Night Club in Las Vegas and had the place going crazy.
No way Tyson Fury is raving after going through a 11 round boxing match against Wilder😂
The Gypsy King 👑👑 pic.twitter.com/YlG4BAf7YU
— Jack 🇮🇪 ➐ (@AnfieldJackino) October 10, 2021
#GypsyKing po walce #FuryWilder3 poszedl na balet. Steve Aoki i @Tyson_Fury 😂🤗 Vegas baby 🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/w7MhgnqpR0
— zaspany_34🇵🇱 (@zaspany_34) October 10, 2021
Tyson Fury out raving with Steve Aoki at Hakkasan in Las Vegas straight after his war with Deontay Wilder…
[🎥 @HakkasanLV & @SteveAoki] pic.twitter.com/qf7akJBwgK
— Michael Benson (@MichaelBensonn) October 10, 2021
And then, around 3:00 a.m., it was Fury’s turn on the mic. He let Aoki know how much he loves him and turned the club up to 11.
In typical Gypsy King fashion, he led the entire place in a rousing rendition of “The Day The Music Died.” It was his world and everyone around him, including Aoki, was just living in it.
Y llegó el momento de celebrar: tras noquear a Wilder, Tyson Fury festejó la victoria junto al famoso DJ Steve Aoki en un club nocturno de Las Vegas. 🥊🎶 pic.twitter.com/aK2CTMHXPp
— SportsCenter (@SC_ESPN) October 10, 2021
Serious credit to Fury here.
The heavyweight champion of the world wore some HUGE shots and was knocked down more than once.
And yet, somehow, he mustered the strength to keep pushing forward on Wilder. Not only that, but Fury got the win and went on to close down one of the biggest clubs in the world with one of the biggest DJs in the world.
What a legend. Sing it, Gypsy King!