Tyson Fury is still sporting a giant shiner – gifted to him by Francis Ngannou – as he enjoyed a day out with wife Paris Fury.
The Gypsy King successfully defended his WBC Heavyweight Championship in a controversial split decision win in the crossover contest. The ex-UFC Heavyweight Champion almost caused the upset of the century when he had the champ on the canvas.
And the morning after his win, Fury showed off his battle scars with the giant black eye. However, Fury still has the black eye almost one week later – as the couple were spotted with their Rolls Royce SUV in their hometown Morecambe.
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After the bout, in his press conference, Fury confirmed he had received no serious injuries, and he told reporters: "I've only got some surface bruising. There was a little bit of a head clash and a few punches but nothing major, no serious injuries."
Fury also acknowledged he hadn't been at his best for the bout: "It's boxing where you have good nights and bad and you just need to crack on forward and continue.
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"I felt my timing was quite off, I have been out of the ring nearly a year again. I had a bit of ring rust, it was not one of my best performances, it was far from vintage Tyson Fury."
Ngannou came away from the bout relatively unscathed – despite an accidental elbow from Fury. And reacting on X following the fight, he posted [sic]: "He [Conor McGregor] was right I should've kicked his f***ing legs, I can't believe that that he elbowed me." Ahead of the bout, McGregor had advised Ngannou to kick Fury's legs.
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