Inside Tommy Fury's wild dressing room celebrations after Jake Paul win as Tyson leads chants and partying begins | The Sun
TOMMY FURY received a hero's welcome back into his dressing room after beating Jake Paul.
The Love Island star, 23, clinched a split-decision victory over YouTuber Paul, 26, in Saudi Arabia on Sunday evening.
A jubilant Fury emotionally celebrated in the ring after the judges awarded him the win.
And his ecstatic camp continued to revel in his success as they made their way backstage.
The victorious boxer entered the dressing room and was met with chants of "There's only one Tommy Fury".
World heavyweight champion Tyson, 34, led the singing as he passionately welcomed his brother into the room.
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And another heavyweight also congratulated him with a warm embrace in the form of New Zealander Joseph Parker.
Prince Khalid then presented Fury with a medal before, Tommy then said: "This is a man I want to thank, Prince Khalid. He's treated me and my team like kings the whole way through."
To which Prince Khalid replied said: "Thank you for coming, you are great guys. I was touched by all of you as a family and I appreciate you family-wise."
He then turned to address Tommy, adding: "You were a great champ tonight."
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Fury faced a huge amount of pressure heading into the fight with Paul as Tyson threatened to leave him in Saudi if he lost.
But he came through the bout despite a final round knockdown and let his emotions pour out during his post-fight interview.
He said: "Tonight, I made my own legacy: I am Tommy Fury!
"I want to dedicate this fight to my new baby girl Bambi at home, and my Mrs [Molly-Mae Hague]. I love you."
The pair look set to rematch after Paul confirmed he would try to avenge the defeat.
The American said: "I felt flat, I got sick really bad twice in this camp. It wasn't my best performance.
"But I lost, I'm not making any excuses, I'll just say it wasn't my best performance tonight.
"Like I said, we're going to come back and get that W. Don't judge me by my wins, judge me by my losses. We're going to come back stronger."
When asked in the ring about a second showdown, Fury responded: "If he wants a rematch, bring it on."
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