Tyson Fury’s spending spree continues as he follows two Rolls-Royces… by buying an antique RECOVERY TRUCK | The Sun
TYSON FURY purchased himself an antique RECOVERY TRUCK as his luxury spending spree continues.
The unbeaten WBC heavyweight world champion ranked as the second highest-paid boxer of this year behind only Canelo Alvarez.
And Fury knows how to enjoy the fruits of his labour as childhood sweetheart Paris took a seat in the front.
He uploaded a video of his wife in a Bedford TK recovery 1973, which he said was the "NEW Addition to the collection".
It comes after Fury, 33, splashed out on TWO brand new Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II.
Last month he swapped a Ferrari he owned for a brand new silver Porsche Taycan but it appears he has not stopped there.
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Fury is a big fan of Rolls-Royce and purchased two Phantom Series II which are priced at a staggering £384,000 each.
He posted a cli showing off the first of his new Rolls-Royces, captioning it "Every day I'm hustling."
Fury then shared footage of a second, captioning it "duo time RR".
Despite Fury's collection of super-cars, he has claimed to drive a modest Volkswagen Passat which costs just £20,000 and is seen in his latest video.
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He made the admission after knocking out Dillian Whyte, 34, in April and announced his retirement after.
That is despite an undisputed mega-fight awaiting him against the winner between Anthony Joshua, 32, and Oleksandr Usyk, 35.
Fury's promoter Bob Arum said the British legend will "unretire" when they offer him "the next big event".
But the Gypsy King – who is still training twice a day – hit back to insist his gloves are remaining hung up.
Fury said: "I've just read today that I'm supposed to be coming out of retirement.
"That's news to me. As far as I'm concerned I'm staying [retired]."
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