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Tyson Fury Hosts After Fight Party at Hakkasan

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On Saturday, Feb. 22, WBC heavyweight champion and famed ‘Gypsy King’ Tyson Fury celebrated his domination over Deontay ‘The Bronze Bomber’ Wilder at the famed Hakkasan Nightclub at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

Hakkasan Nightclub
Hakkasan Nightclub

Fury arrived at the acclaimed nightlife spot around 1 a.m. dressed in a white suit patterned with images of his face, completed by a green tie. Members of his crew also sported dress shirts with the same Tyson Fury face pattern. Fury arrived with a crew of 50 people including his brother and “Love Island” reality TV star, Tommy Fury.

Tyson Fury
Fury Crew

The champion was welcomed with an elaborate boxing theme soiree with model waitresses dressed in robes and gloves, holding custom signs adorned with the text “the king has returned.” The boxing superstar celebrated with bottles of Grey Goose, Dom Pérignon and Bud Light at his two exclusive VIP tables.

Steve Aoki & Tyson Fury
Steve Aoki & Tyson Fury

Later in the evening, Fury joined the globally recognized DJ and producer, Steve Aoki, in the DJ booth. Aoki took to the mic and shouted: “Vegas, give it up for Tyson Fury” to the sold-out crowd. Aoki then began playing “Sweet Caroline” by Neil Diamond, a song Fury is known for often singing, followed by Don McLean’s “American Pie,” the song he sang just after winning the belt. The duo shared a mic and sang along with the crowd. Fury and friends exited the venue around 2:30 a.m.

Steve Aoki & Tyson Fury
Steve Aoki & Tyson Fury

Also spotted at Hakkasan Nightclub that evening was former One Direction bandmate, Liam Payne, and Kansas City Chief players Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce.

Photo credit: Wolf Productions

About Tyson Fury

Tyson Fury is an Irish/British professional boxer. In 2015, he won the unified WBA, IBF, WBO, IBO, The Ring magazine, and lineal heavyweight titles by defeating long-reigning world champion Wladimir Klitschko in Germany. The victory earned him Fighter of the Year and Upset of the Year awards by The Ring. – Wikipedia

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