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How Much Is Tyson Fury Worth?

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How Much Is Tyson Fury Worth?

Tyson Fury - aka the Gypsy King - is an unstoppable force of nature - and he has a net worth to reflect it.

His net worth increased six-fold when he was crowned Heavyweight World Champion for a second time in 2020, according to The mirror and his latest win against Deontay Wilder has only boosted his bank balance. Fury wasted no time in celebrating his latest victory and went out raving in Las Vegas following the fight (only Fury could go through an 11 round bout and find the energy for a rave).

What is Tyson Fury's net worth?

Tyson Fury's net worth is reportedly between £80 million and £120 million in 2021.

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From his latest bout with Wilder, he was expected to bring in 60 per cent of the revenue, which amounts to roughly £22 million.

Between 2019-2020, the self-proclaimed Gypsy King banked a whopping £57.35 million from fights, according to The Mirror which reported Fury's company's latest accounts.

Tyson Fury wins against Deontay Wilder in October 2021. (Credit: PA)
Tyson Fury wins against Deontay Wilder in October 2021. (Credit: PA)

The business turned over £63.9 million for the year and made a gross profit of £57.9 million to leave him with a fortune of £109 million for that year.

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Who is Tyson Fury's wife?

Tyson Fury has been married to Paris Fury since 2008.

Tyson met Paris when they were just 15 and 17-years-old. Like Fury, she comes from an Irish Traveller family and is a practising Catholic. They started dating in their teens and got married in 2008.

Paris and Tyson have six children: three sons, who all have Prince at the start of their names, and three daughters.

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Paris has written an autobiography called Love and Fury, which is due to be released on 28th October 2021.

Despite their fortune, Paris and Tyson are raising their children with the traveller values and traditions they grew up with. Paris has recently been in the headlines for allowing her daughter to leave school at the age of 11, stating that it's "the traveller way."

"We finish school at primary age, which is the traditional traveller way," she told The Sun's Fabulous magazine.

"We've just brought the tradition into the 21st century. Venezuela wanted to leave school and all her [traveller] friends were leaving."

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But Paris has said she'll still hire a tutor for her daughter to keep her up to date on things. "Her tutor is gonna keep her up to date with all of her tests. She will also be having piano lessons."

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: SPORT, Tyson Fury, Boxing

Laura Sanders
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