Tyson Fury's wife provides emotional insight ahead of Oleksandr Usyk announcement

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Tyson Fury's wife Paris has uploaded an emotional post as Oleksandr Usyk announcement looms

Jack Otway

By Jack Otway

Published: 16/11/2023

- 10:15

The Gypsy King has a busy life at home - as well as in the ring

Tyson Fury's wife has emotionally admitted she's finding being a mum of seven difficult ahead of confirmation of her husband's upcoming fight with Oleksandr Usyk.

A press conference will be held on Thursday to confirm when their showdown will take place.

Fury had been due to face Usyk in Saudi Arabia on December 23.

However, the Gypsy King needs more time to recover from his controversial recent victory over Francis Ngannou.

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Tyson Fury's wife Paris is finding 3am baby feeds difficult


Fury also wants to spend more time with his family, too.

Wife Paris gave birth to baby No 7, Prince Rico Paris, last month with the youngster born weighing 6lb 13oz.

And she's now provided an insight into the difficulties of raising another youngster on social media.

The 33-year-old hinted at her exhaustion with a post on Instagram.

She shared a snap of young Prince, while also saying: "These 3AM feeds are slowly killing me."

Paris is also mum to Prince John James, 10, Prince 'Tutty' Tyson, six, Valencia, five, Prince Adonis Amaziah Fury, four and Athena, two.

Fury, meanwhile, is set to have his upcoming bout with Usyk confirmed at a press conference on Thursday.

It will be a boxing announcement to rock the world, with the duo set for the first heavyweight showdown since the days of Lennox Lewis.

Fury will go into the battle with a point to prove, too.

The 35-year-old was unconvincing as he beat Ngannou at the end of last month, having been knocked down in round three.

Fury hit the canvas in front of A-listers such as Cristiano Ronaldo and Conor McGregor.

However, he was able to get up and win via split decision.

Ngannou was disappointed by the result of the fight, believing he'd done enough to win.

Yet he's opted against appealing the outcome and has his sights set on a potential rematch.

Fury has won 34 of his 35 fights prior to his crunch clash with Usyk, with a 2018 draw with Deontay Wilder the only blot on his record.

Usyk, meanwhile, has won 21 from a possible 21.

Meanwhile, Paris recently admitted she'd love to see her husband retire once the match with Usyk is done.

“I’m hoping after Usyk [his upcoming fight against Oleksandr Usyk] that will be the end of it," she said.

A source told OK! Magazine that Paris fears for her other half every time he steps into the ring.

The insider said: “It’s been very stressful for her and yet Tyson won’t stop.


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Tyson Fury's fight with Oleksandr Usyk will be announced at a press conference on Thursday


"He feels that fighting keeps him in a positive mental state.

"Paris is worried because she knows the physical effects a fight can have on him."

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