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Tyson Fury has three heavyweight TVs delivered to his Morecambe house after signing a two-fight deal with Anthony Joshua

TYSON FURY has splashed out on three giant televisions – days after signing a £200million two-bout deal to fight Anthony Joshua.

The heavyweight champion boxer took delivery of a trio of 75-inch Samsung smart TVs at his Morecambe home.

Tyson Fury took delivery of three £800 Samsung TVs
Tyson Fury’s wife Paris was on hand to ensure the process ran smoothly

They retail for around £800 each.

Some other furniture was also delivered with Tyson’s pregnant wife Paris ensuring the drop-off ran smoothly, without issues.

The 31-year-old mother of Tyson’s five children was dressed in a baby-blue outfit finished off with brown fluffy slippers, with sunglasses for the morning rays.

Fury and Joshua been locked in talks to face-off in an all-British heavyweight unification showdown this summer.

WBC heavyweight king Fury, 32, recently vented his frustration at the contracts not being signed – admitting he has stopped eating and training while drinking up to 12 pints of beer per day.

Some were worried it would put his blockbuster bout with AJ, 31, in serious jeopardy.

But now the fight has finally been CONFIRMED with the two Brits going toe-to-toe twice later this year in a deal worth a staggering £200million.

However, a couple of key details missing from the fine print were where and when the huge clash would take place.

Delivery drivers struggled getting the giant TVs out of the back of the van

Tyson Fury is set for an undisputed heavyweight clash against fellow Brit Anthony Joshua this year

Saudi Arabia appears to be a front-runner, while Eddie Hearn has previously said the US, Dubai, Qatar and Singapore are also options.

However, the Matchroom mogul has now revealed he’s been taken back by an 11th-hour offer from a country in the Far East.

Ideally, all parties involved with Joshua vs Fury are keen for fans to attend what’s been deemed the biggest fight in British boxing history.

There are still Covid restrictions in place in the Middle East, however, springing the possibility that the fight could be delayed until November time.

Hearn says the individual from said mystery country, will want fans in attendance too, even if it were just 1,000 spectators.