Tyson Fury wears a Gypsy King custom bomber jacket bearing the name of wife Paris and their six children as he steps out in his beloved Morecombe
Tyson Fury was his very own best advertisement on Monday as he stepped out wearing one of his very own custom made jackets.
The boxer, cut a low-key figure in a Gypsy King limited edition bomber and matching shorts as he appeared in his beloved Morecombe Bay, Lancashire.
The 33-year-old also discreetly paid tribute to his family on the garment as the sleeve boasted the names of wife Paris and their six children in gold.
Down time: Tyson Fury cut a low-key figure in a Gypsy King limited edition bomber and matching shorts as he appeared in his beloved Morecombe Bay, Lancashire on Monday
Tyson retained his WBC heavyweight title with a sixth-round stoppage of British rival Dillian Whyte at a sold-out Wembley Stadium last month.
The sporting star has been married to his wife Paris since 2008 and met almost 20 years ago when they were teenagers.
The two tied the knot in a ceremony in St. Peter in Chains Catholic Church in Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
Touching: The 33-year-old also discreetly paid tribute to his family on the garment as the sleeve boasted the names of wife Paris and their six children in gold
Both Paris and Athena’s names were present on Tyson’s sleeve, along with his other children Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, 9, Prince Tyson II, 5, Valencia, 4, and Princes Adonis Amaziah, 2.
The outing comes after Tyson was seen enjoying some quality time with his family last week in Cheshire when he popped into Cancer Research and delighted shocked customers by chatting and having photos with them.
Per The Sun, an onlooker in Wilmslow, Cheshire, said: ‘He was very relaxed and seemed so happy to be there. He was asking the staff about their work and posing for pics with anyone who’d ask.’
‘It’s mad that someone so wealthy would want to come to a charity shop. It just shows how down to earth and what a nice, honest bloke Tyson is.’
It comes almost two weeks after the WBC champion cashed in £26.2million for successfully retaining his WBC title.
The boxer secured his victory in front of a record British crowd of 94,000 fans after unleashing a brutal uppercut that thudded off the challenger’s chin and sent him tumbling to the canvas.
Winner: Tyson retained his WBC heavyweight title with a sixth-round stoppage of British rival Dillian Whyte at a sold-out Wembley Stadium last month
Speaking immediately after the fight, Tyson reiterated the fact that he would be walking away from the sport as he promised his wife Paris that he would retire from boxing after 20 years in the ring.
However, it remains to be seen as to whether Tyson will keep to his word, as if history is anything thing to go by, the Gypsy King could be back in action sometime soon.
Very few boxers walk away from their careers while in their prime and with Tyson currently undefeated with an impressive record of 32-0-1 and in with a chance of landing a unification bout with either Anthony Joshua or Oleksandr Usyk it seems hard to believe he will hang up his gloves for good.
Proud: Tyson celebrated victory in the ring along with his wife at Wembley Stadium on April 2