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Paris Fury makes promise to husband Tyson after heavyweight title loss to Oleksandr Usyk

Paris Fury makes promise to husband Tyson after heavyweight title loss to Oleksandr Usyk

Paris has made a promise to her husband after his first ever professional loss.

Paris Fury has made a promise to support her husband Tyson Fury following his loss to Oleksandr Usyk over the weekend.

Millions turned their attention to Riyadh on Saturday night (18 May), where 'The Gypsy King' was dealt the first defeat of his professional boxing career in a sensational fight that saw Usyk become the new undisputed heavyweight champion of the world.

Paris Fury vowed to never miss another of Tyson's (
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The defeat has shocked the Fury camp to its core, with Paris taking to her Instagram Stories to make a promise to her husband going forward.

Sharing a throwback photo of herself and Tyson, the mum-of-five shared a sweet message to her husband, as she vowed to always be in attendance at his future fights.

"19 and 20 on this newly married, love him more than ever, best man in my eyes," she wrote alongside the photo, which also featured a verse from the religious wedding vows.

Paris didn't reveal her reason for not attending the fight, but added that she 'wished' that she could've been there to support him in person.

"Will never not be at your side for a fight again. Even though I couldn’t be there, I wished I was," Paris concluded.


Fans were surprised not to see Paris ringside to support her husband on Saturday night, with several viewers taking to X to enquire about the 34-year-old's whereabouts.

"Where's Paris?" one person wrote, while another asked: "Can we see Paris please?"

Paris has been by Tyson's side throughout his entire boxing career, with the couple beginning their romantic relationship as teenagers.

The couple began dating at just 16 and 18-years-old, later getting married in 2008 and have remained together ever since.

They share seven children together - Venezuela (born 2009), Prince John James (born 2011), Prince Tyson Fury II (born 2016), Valencia Amber (born 2017), Prince Adonic Amaziah (born 2019), youngest daughter Athena (born 2021) and a baby boy born in 2023.

The family all appeared in series At Home With The Furys which aired for one season on Netflix in 2023.

Meanwhile, Tyson has come under fire for his comments after the loss, where he claimed that Usyk had only won the bout due to the ongoing war in Ukraine.

After Usyk won the match via split decision (115-112 Usyk 114-113 Fury 114-113 Usyk) Fury claimed that he had only lost the fight due to 'people siding with the country at war'.

"Make no mistake, I won that fight in my opinion," he added to DAZN.

Viewers were shocked to hear Fury's comments blaming the war, urging the boxer to 'making excuses' and admit that he lost the fight 'fair and square'.

Featured Image Credit: (Credit: Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Topics: Tyson Fury, Boxing