Tyson Fury has arrived back in England to a royal fanfare as he caps off an amazing few days after beating Deontay Wilder to become the new WBC world heavyweight champion.
The Gypsy King touched down at Manchester Airport on Tuesday morning with wife Paris where he was greeted by the press while receiving a police escort.
Fury waved to fans as he made his way through the arrivals lounge alongside armed officers following his long 12-and-a-half hour flight.
Tyson Fury (centre) arrives back in England after his whirlwind weekend in Las Vegas
Fury waves to his fans as his wife Paris (centre right) proudly wears the Ring Magazine belt
Fury celebrates as he is greeted by a crowd following his arrival home
Paris, who followed closely behind her husband, proudly wore the Ring Magazine belt as they made their way through the arrival lounge.
Fury will now return to his Morecambe home to celebrate and unwind with his loved ones before weighing up what the future holds next.
Despite his victory still being fresh in the memory, boxing fans are already anticipating whether Wilder will get his rematch or if a mega-bout with Anthony Joshua is next.
The Gypsy King was given a police escort as he made his way through Manchester Airport
Fury waves to fans as he is snapped walking through the arrival gates at Manchester Airport
A heavy police presence is felt as armed officers escort Fury and his wife through the airport
The 31-year-old looked unfazed as he donned a white baseball cap on Tuesday morning
Paris Fury (left) snaps a selfie with Tyson (right) as they enjoy a relaxing flight across the pond
The Bronze Bomber is likely to activate his rematch clause and set up a trilogy fight this summer, just days after being handed his first defeat by the Gypsy King.
As per the contract penned before the duo faced off for the WBC heavyweight world title, the loser would be able to secure another rematch within 30 days of the clash.
Fury, as the winner of the second bout, would be entitled to a 60/40 percentage split of all the money on the line for the fight, plus the earnings from PPV and ticket sales.
His emphatic victory inside seven rounds also reignited talk of a potential all-British unification bout with Anthony Joshua.
Fury put on a boxing masterclass to beat Deontay Wilder inside the MGM Grand
Fury picked apart Wilder inside seven rounds to become the WBC heavyweight champion
Deontay Wilder was left stumbling around after being sent down repeatedly by Fury
Fury pulled off a sublime performance in Las Vegas to win the encounter inside seven rounds
Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn is desperate to make the fight happen.
‘I’ve already spoken to AJ and he wants to go into this fight next,’ Hearn declared to talkSPORT in the aftermath of Fury’s win.
‘We have to make this fight happen. We will never, ever get the chance for two Brits to fight for an undisputed heavyweight world championship.
‘I promise you we will do everything we can to make this fight. It has to happen.’
Eddie Hearn (right) is desperate for Fury to take on Anthony Joshua (left) in a unification fight
Wilder’s fiancee confirmed her partner will activate his rematch clause to set up a trilogy bout
Fury’s win sparked huge celebrations in the days following Saturday’s fight.
The Manchester-born fighter put on a private party at Las Vegas super-club Hakkasan having climbed back to the summit of heavyweight boxing.
Fury wasn’t done there and enjoyed drinks in the sun with friends and family, including half-brother Tommy and his girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague.
The boozy celebrations took place in an Irish pub just opposite the MGM Grand, the venue where Fury will be calling his second home.
Fury produced arguably the greatest victory for any English boxer abroad when he stopped Wilder with a devastating performance in Sin City.
Draped in a Union Jack, Tyson Fury took centre stage in Hakkasan to get the party started
Fury whipped up the masses and chanted about ‘shooting down the Bronze Bomber’
Fury showed no signs of fatigue despite slogging it out against Deontay Wilder just hours prior
TYSON FURY’S NEXT OPPONENT
Deontay Wilder – 11/10
Anthony Joshua – 4/1
Dillian Whyte – 13/2
Oleksandr Usyk – 8/1
Adam Kownacki – 8/1
Joseph Parker – 12/1
Daniel Dubois – 16/1
Charles Martin – 33/1
Alexander Povetkin – 33/1
Dereck Chisora – 50/1
Joe Joyce – 50/1
Stipe Miocic – 100/1
*Odds courtesy of Betfair
He arrived into the ring carried on a golden throne, and is now atop the heavyweight division of the sport by completing a full set of the world heavyweight belts by adding Wilder’s WBC title.
Fury twice floored the American, who had done the same to him in their epic draw just 14 months prior.
Speaking after the bout, the Gypsy King claimed that a trilogy with Wilder can happen with the Raiders Stadium in Vegas already being touted as a possible venue.
Speaking to BT Sport in his dressing room after the win, Fury said: ‘People look at my fat belly and my bald head and they think I cannot fight.
‘I had my mental problems and issues and I was out of the ring three years. But he was fighting the real Gypsy King this time.
‘I expect he will want a rematch and I will have that. Great fights should have trilogies. And I want it here, just across the road, at the Raiders Stadium outdoors in front of 70,000’.
Fury (right) shakes hands with his brother Tommy at the Nine Fine Irishmen pub in Vegas
Fury and his team toasted the incredible victory over Deontay Wilder in the Las Vegas sun