TYSON FURY has shown off the STUNNING superyacht he is currently holidaying on with his family in Cannes.
The WBC heavyweight champion is enjoying some well-earned downtime following his sensational sixth-round knockout win over Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium last month.
Fury showed off the yacht he is spending time on during his holiday
It is fitted with an incredible jacuzzi
Fury also gave a sneak peak at the sensational surroundings in Cannes
He zoomed up close to the jacuzzi to give his followers a proper look
The heavyweight champ then went inside to give a taste of the interior
And he has whisked wife Paris, his children and dad John away to France for a vacation in Cannes on an incredible, giant yacht.
The boat has a jacuzzi, a glorious living room and swanky dining room.
There is also a wonderful view of the French landscape as well as a host of delicious-looking food.
Everyone on the yacht seemed to be in buoyant mood as they relaxed on the incredible boat.
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It was just as swanky on the inside as Fury walked through to the dining room
He also walked past wife Paris while out on the decking
Tyson’s dad John could also be seen enjoying the sunny weather
Fury’s yacht was also boasting an incredible food platter
Fury is now officially retired and living up to his promise of spending more time with his kids and enjoying his hard-earned money.
And trainer SugarHill Steward has revealed Fury hung up his gloves after becoming bored with the politics of boxing.
Steward told Sky Sports: “For him being retired I’m happy because that’s what he wants.
“I know a lot of the retirement has to do with not getting the fights he wants and it’s really mentally challenging to be offered fights and go through negotiations for fights and then for them to fall through at the end.
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“These things happen to many fighters around the world. You wouldn’t expect it to happen on this big a stage but it does happen and it’s something fighters have to deal with.
“We on the outside sometimes don’t understand that. We just say ‘if he gets the fight he’ll come back’, it’s not as easy as being on the outside going through what happens on the inside.
“But it’s the sport he loves so much, and it’s hurting him like that. Those things have to be taken into consideration and respected.”