PARIS FURY detected nerves coming from Dillian Whyte in dressing room footage before her husband’s world title fight.
Fury knocked out Whyte in front of 94,000 at Wembley with a brutal uppercut in round six.
Tyson Fury watching Dillian Whyte enter Wembley
Tyson Fury claimed Dillian Whyte looked ‘nervous’
And BT Sport documented the historic night in a behind-the-scenes episode.
Fury, 33, was joined by his entourage, including childhood sweatheart Paris, and they watched on TV as Whyte, 34, made his way into the stadium.
Paris said: “He looks nervous.”
Fury quickly responded: “He does look nervous, I was just thinking that. Welcome to big-time boxing, mush.”
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Just before the ringwalks, the WBC champion was captured singing Don McLean’s 1971 hit American Pie.
And, as it turned out, that is how Fury ended the night after closing the show in epic style.
The British heavyweight legend thanked fans after what he claimed will be his final fight – and then began singing in trademark style.
Fury announced his retirement in the ring and gave a farewell to boxing in his dressing room.
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He said: “I owed them one more big fight here in England and what a way to go out with a massive bang and a big old – as Tommy Fury would say – a big dirty knockout.
“It was fantastic, I’ve enjoyed my career, thank you to everybody who helped me, the promoters, managers, trainers.
“All the journalists, all the TV people, everybody who made it a special journey.
“Big shout out to you and all my respects and admiration goes out to you guys.”
Tyson Fury knocked out Dillian Whyte at Wembley