Tyson Fury’s wife reveals she lost baby hours before his comeback
Tyson Fury’s wife reveals she lost their baby hours before his comeback fight and she kept it SECRET from him until after the bout was over
- Paris Fury, 28, did not tell her husband of the devastating loss at the time
- She feared it may distract him from fight against Albanian Sefer Seferi in June
- Fury met Paris at the age of 15 at a wedding and they have four children together
Tyson Fury’s wife has revealed she lost their baby just hours before his comeback fight and kept it secret from him until the bout was over.
Paris Fury, 28, kept the news she had a miscarriage from her husband until after his comeback fight in June – fearing it may distract him.
The former heavyweight champion was making his return to the ring to face Albanian Sefer Seferi after 32 months away – and only heard about the loss straight after the fight.
Paris Fury (left), 28, did not tell her husband (right) of the devastating loss at the time, fearing it may distract him from the fight
The former heavyweight champion was making his return to the ring in June to face Albanian Sefer Seferi after 32 months away (pictured)
Fury met the woman who would become his wife, Paris Mulroy, at the age of 15 at a mutual friend’s wedding and the two now have four children together – Valencia Amber, Prince John James, Venezuela and Prince Tyson Fury II
In an interview with the Sunday Mirror, Paris said she was about eight weeks pregnant and ‘then on the day of the fight I knew I’d lost our baby’.
Recalling the tragic moment, she said: ‘I didn’t mention it to Tyson before he went in the ring. Then straight after it I told him and the next day we went to the hospital and it was confirmed.
‘Five weeks later we fell pregnant again – and now our new baby, a boy, is due in March. We were still heartbroken over our loss, but overjoyed at the same time.’
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The revelation comes just one week after Fury and Deontay Wilder fought out a controversial draw in Los Angeles, with the majority of the boxing world feeling that Fury was robbed of a famous win.
However, Wilder believes that, given the chance again, he will have the advantage against the Brit.
Tyson Fury leans through the ropes to kiss his wife Paris after the fight on Saturday evening in Los Angeles
Fury and his wife Paris have four children together – Valencia Amber, Prince John James, Venezuela and Prince Tyson Fury II
Fury met his now wife Paris at the age of 15 at a mutual friend’s wedding, and in some ways he has crossed over into something resembling a conventional way of life.
The couple have four children – Valencia Amber, Prince John James, Venezuela and Prince Tyson Fury II, with another on the way.
Venezuela was welcomed into the world in September 2009 and the couple had their second child, named Prince John James, two years later.
They had another boy, Prince Tyson Fury II, in 2016 and Paris gave birth to a baby girl called Valencia Amber at the end of last year.
The couple have had some difficult times in recent years, with the boxer struggling with depression, drugs and alcohol prior to his comeback.
In more than two years away from the ring, Fury ballooned up to 28st and used a cocktail of drink and drugs to stave off depression and suicidal thoughts
He had became the king of the division when he dethroned Wladimir Klitschko in Dusseldorf in November 2015.
But had to surrender his belts amid problems in his private life.
In more than two years away from the ring, Fury ballooned up to 28st and used a cocktail of drink and drugs to stave off depression and suicidal thoughts.
A therapist helped him ‘get his life back on track’, while six months of gruelling training, dieting and ‘plenty of sex’ helped him lose the weight.
And earlier this year he returned and secured wins against Sefer Seferi and Francesco Pianeta.
Tyson Fury is now already back hard at work ahead of his rematch with Deontay Wilder.
The WBC gave Deontay Wilder the all-clear to fight Fury again on Friday, making a second bout between the two all the more likely.
Fury shed 10 stone in order to get himself in shape for last Saturday’s title fight and the Gypsy King wasted no time in preparing for the next installment against the American, getting himself back in the gym on Saturday morning.
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