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Tyson Fury and wife Paris cruise the waves on jet skis as boxing champ enjoys luxury holiday aboard superyacht in Cannes

TYSON FURY and wife Paris have been cruising around on a jet ski as they enjoy a luxurious Cannes holiday.

The happy couple have jetted to the south of France with Tyson’s dad John to enjoy some downtime after a busy few months.

Tyson Fury and wife Paris grin as they ride the waves

Revellers watch on as Tyson and Paris cruise across the marina


The loved-up couple are enjoying a much needed break

Following his sixth-round knockout victory over Dillian Whyte at a packed Wembley Stadium, the Gypsy King has been revelling in his early retirement.

With excited wife Paris clutching on, Tyson grinned as he drove a jet ski around the marina.

Donning green lifejackets, the thrill seekers enjoyed flying around at high speeds.

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Fury, 33, is staying with family on an £18,000-a-night superyacht.

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Inside £18k-a-night yacht Tyson Fury, Paris and family are staying on in Cannes

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The impressive vessel boasts a jacuzzi, glorious living room and inviting dining room.

Guests can enjoy an assortment of high quality meals, as well as beautiful views of the French coastline.

In addition to this, there is plenty of room for Tyson’s six children to play and have fun.

The Gypsy King gushed over wife Paris, sharing pictures of her and proudly writing: “If Carlsberg did wives.”

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Fury has staunchly stuck to his guns when asked if his win over Whyte was really his retirement fight.

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The Gypsy King is yet to formally vacate his WBC heavyweight belt – but speculation has already begun regarding who could fight for it in his absence.

Deontay Wilder is in the frame, having last been seen in the ring losing to Fury last October.

On the Bronze Bomber, WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman told Sky Sports: “Certainly [he is in contention to fight for the belt].

“Because he is the No1-ranked contender in the division.”

Sulaiman added: “I spoke to him a couple of months ago, he is doing great and he is looking forward to resuming his boxing career.”


Tyson drives the jet ski as the luxury superyacht watches on


Tyson and Paris are enjoying their stay on a luxury £18k-a-night superyacht


Big John is along for the ride

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