SportsTyson Fury celebrates Usyk fight with luxury family getaway

Tyson Fury celebrates Usyk fight with luxury family getaway

This is how Tyson Fury rested. £600 per night
This is how Tyson Fury rested. £600 per night
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Jakub Artych

25 June 2024 16:13

Tyson and Paris Fury went on a luxurious vacation to Yorkshire. After taking their children to Blackpool Pleasure Beach, the couple visited a magnificent five-star luxury resort for a romantic date.

Let's recall that the Brit was the hero of a boxing gala in May. Oleksandr Usyk and Tyson Fury provided professional boxing fans with great excitement. Their clash was for the belts of the most important federations in the heavyweight division. Ultimately, the undisputed champion was the Ukrainian, who won by a split decision of the judges.

Most importantly, for the first fight, the gentlemen earned a total of £115 million (approximately £116 million). The majority went to Fury, who was set to receive £85 million (approximately £86 million). The remaining sum went to Usyk, who eventually became the holder of all the most important belts.

After earning such a tremendous amount of money, Tyson Fury can live and vacation with his entire family in worthy conditions.

As "The Sun" emphasizes, Tyson and Paris Fury went on a luxurious vacation to Yorkshire. After taking their children to Blackpool Pleasure Beach, the couple visited a magnificent five-star luxury resort for a romantic date.

The parents of seven children went with the kids for an exceptional day at the coast. Judging by Paris’s Instagram posts, the couple ensured the children had a pleasant and romantic time.

Relaxation in the British paradise

The 34-year-old shared selfies of them smiling in the car wearing sunglasses and then added a video showing the luxurious patio of Grantley Hall.

They ate a splendid roast dinner and then enjoyed the magnificent grounds of the prestigious five-star hotel and wellness centre near Ripon. Room prices started from £595 (approximately £600) per night.

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