TYSON FURY shows off the superyacht he is on holiday with his family in Cannes.
After his impressive sixth-round knockout victory over Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium, the WBC heavyweight champion is now enjoying some well-deserved downtime.
Fury displayed the yacht that he was on during his vacation
It has a stunning Jacuzzi
Fury also shared a glimpse at the breathtaking surroundings of Cannes
To give his followers a good look, he zoomed in on the Jacuzzi
The heavyweight champion then entered the house to get a glimpse of the interior
He has taken his wife Paris, his kids and dad John to France on an incredible boat for a vacation.
It has a Jacuzzi, a beautiful living room, and a stylish dining room.
You can also enjoy a stunning view of France and a delicious platter of food for the Gypsy King or his guests.
Everybody on the yacht seemed buoyant as they enjoyed the sun.
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Fury entered the dining room to find it just as elegant on the inside. While out decking, he also passed his wife Paris
Tyson's father John could also be seen enjoying sunny weather
This delicious platter of grub is available to all guests
Fury has officially retired. He is living up to his promise to spend more time with his children and enjoy his hard-earned cash.
Sky Sports' Steward said: "For him to be retired, I'm happy because it's what he desires."
"I know that a lot of his retirement is due to not getting the fights that he wants. It's really difficult to get fights, negotiate for fights, and then have them fall through at the last minute.SIGN UP DEALS AND FREE BETS - THE BEST NEW CUSTOMER OFFERINGS
These things happen to many fighters all over the globe. It's not something you would expect to happen on such a large stage, but it happens and it's something fighters must deal with.
We on the outside don't always get it. It's easier to just say, "If he wins the fight, he'll return", but it's not the same as being on the outside and going through what happens inside.
"But it is the sport he loves so deeply, and it's hurting his like that. These things must be considered and respected."