TYSON FURY has returned from a family holiday in Tenerife as he prepares to ramp up his training for the blockbuster bout with Oleksandr Usyk.
The Gypsy King, 34, has been enjoying some downtime in early 2023 as he jetted off to the Spanish island for some relaxation.
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But they are now back in the UK and the world heavyweight champion was snapped hugging Paris as they waited to collect their suitcases.
Paris has six kids with Tyson – Venezuela, 13, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, four, Valencia, three, Prince Adonis Amaziah, two, and baby Athena.
Athena was rushed straight to the ICU after her birth in August 2021.
The worried parents were by their daughter’s side around the clock as she was treated in intensive care.
And to their delight, she was eventually discharged and able to return home.
Fury’s eight-person family will now return to Morecambe as the boxer begins his latest training camp.
He ended 2023 with a one-sided beatdown of Derek Chisora to defend his WBC title for a third time.
Now he is on a collision course with undefeated Ukrainian Usyk, 36, for the undisputed heavyweight crown.
Fury’s promoter Frank Warren revealed earlier this week that the clash between the two unbeaten fighters is set to take place in early April.
During an appearance on talkSPORT, he said: “We’re expecting a couple of offers this week, but none of them have come through and then Tyson has to make his decision.
“I hope it’s going to happen at the end of March, early April, that’s where we’re looking at the moment.
“So, fingers crossed we get it over the line for that date, but it will definitely, definitely happen.”
Negotiations are understood to be at an advanced stage, with a site deal one of the few matters to be resolved.
Warren said: “We’re very far down the road, but there are a couple of things we’ve got to work on.
“We’re trying to get to a point where we can announce it fairly soon and we all think it’s going to happen.”
ReutersFury and Oleksandr Usyk, right, came face to face last month[/caption]