TYSON Fury declared himself The Greatest yesterday after winning one of the most sensational fights in boxing history — then partied like a champion until 3am.
The Gypsy King, 33, held on to his crown by battering American Deontay Wilder to the canvas in the 11th round in Las Vegas.
Echoing Muhammad Ali, Tyson roared: “Am I the greatest heavyweight of my era? Without a doubt. I believe I could beat anyone in history.”
The Gypsy King swigged £800 vodka from the bottle, sank lager and sang to fans just three hours after KO-ing Deontay Wilder.
He told clubbers: “They’ll be talking about this f***ing fight a thousand years from today. They’ll say where were you? You were all here with the champ!”
Hours earlier, after coming back off the canvas twice, he said: “Am I the greatest heavyweight of my era? Without a doubt. Number one, numero uno. I believe I could beat anyone in history. Any man born, I believe I’ve got a really good chance of beating him.”
Superstar Fury, 33, added: “Next, I’ve gotta go get drunk — so thank you very much.”
True to his word, after clubbing his American rival with a right hand in the 11th round to end the fight at 9.35pm, he was at Hakkasan club by 12.45am.
The Sun had a ringside seat at the bash where he partied with wife Paris, 31, brother Tommy, 22, boxer Joseph Parker, 29, and 30 of his entourage.
Tyson Fury celebrates ‘greatest ever’ fight by partying until 3am in Las Vegas
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