Following Tyson Fury ‘s victory in the ring over the weekend, wife Paris Fury has dished out some harsh advice to Deontay Wilder after he was beaten by her husband for the second time.
Paris, who recently gave birth to the couple’s sixth child together, was at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas to cheer her partner on against his US opponent.
Following Tyson’s win, mum-of-six didn’t hold back when speaking to iFL TV about the beaten American.
“Clearly he (Wilder) is a tough man, but he’s not tough enough,’” she said after the match.
“Wilder saga is done now, done for good.”
How Paris Fury and Tyson went from teenage sweethearts to parents of six children.
“Maybe he (Wilder) will shut up now, go home and go to bed. I’ll be polite but we don’t want to hear that man’s name again.”
Clearly a proud wife, Paris has been by her husband’s side, both in the ring and in his life outside sport, since they first met as teenagers and become childhood sweethearts.
The happy couple first met almost two decades ago – when 17-year-old Tyson was an unknown up and coming boxer.
Paris, then known as Paris Mullroy, was 15-years-old and like her future husband, was raised an Irish Traveller family and a devout practising Catholic.
Although the pair grew up on opposite sides of the pennines – Paris residing in Doncaster, Yorkshire, and Tyson calling Wythenshawe, Manchester, his home – their paths crossed at a mutual friend’s wedding.
“The only thing I remember him vividly saying was, ‘You look like a Sindy doll’ and it upset me badly because Sindy is a second rate Barbie,” Paris previously recalled to the Daily Mirror.
The future love birds met up again by chance the following year, at Paris’ 16th birthday party, and soon began dating – eventually tying the knot in 2008 at St. Peter in Chains Catholic Church in Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
As practising Catholics, Tyson and Paris didn’t have sex until officially becoming husband and wife.
“Even after we got engaged, Tyson would sleep in a caravan at my parents’ home, while I slept inside the house,” Paris has previously explained in the past.
“We didn’t sleep together until after we got married. That is the travellers’ way.”
Once married, Paris and Tyson began creating their brood and are now parents to six children together, daughters Venezuela, 11, and four-year-old Valencia Amber, three sons who are all called Prince and newest edition to the Fury family, Athena – who was born in August this year.
Doting dad Tyson once explained that he decided to give his sons the same name because of his boxing nickname, The Gypsy King, saying: “I’m a king and they’re princes until they earn their rightful name.”
Sadly, the Paris and Tyson have also experienced tragedy and loss in their family life.
The couple have also lost two babies by misscarriage – the second being in 2018, on the day of Tyson’s comeback fight against Albanian Sefer Seferi.
Paris recalled the traumatic event, saying: “On the day of the fight I knew I’d lost our baby. I didn’t mention it to Tyson before he went in the ring. Then straight after I told him.”
Earlier this month, Paris Fury opened up about allowed her eldest daughter to quit school at 11-years-old and follow the traditions of her traveller background.
The mum-of-six, who shares her children with husband Tyson Fury , discussed how daughter Venezuela wanted to leave traditional education after primary school and instead have a tutor to keep up to date with her studies.
The Fury’s originally took the 11-year-old out of school as the entire Fury clan are constantly travelling to the US due to two-time world heavyweight champion Tyson’s boxing career.
In the 33-year-old’s documentary, which aired last year, wife Paris spoke about the couple’s varying views when it comes to their offspring’s education.
“Me and Tyson have talked about the kids going to school,” Paris says during one scene in Tyson Fury : The Gypsy King.
“Tyson wants the boys to go into education but I don’t; it’s just not what we’ve ever done.”