World Champion boxer Tyson Fury reveals surprising career switch
TYSON Fury is hoping to become a knock-out as a property tycoon — by starting a firm to buy, sell and lease real estate.
The world heavyweight champion boxer, 34, is taking a leaf out the book of his aunt Maureen who owns travellers’ caravan sites across the country.
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Dad-of-six Tyson, known as The Gypsy King, will run Greenway Balmoral Ltd from his £500,000, six-bedroom former home in seaside town Morecambe, Lancs — the HQ for all his businesses.
He and wife Paris, 33, live in a £1.7million mansion nearby — but Tyson launched his new career by buying a house close to that of brother, Tommy, 23, and the fellow boxer’s girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague, also 23.
His plan to flatten the Cheshire home and build a six-bed with a pool were thwarted by roosting bats.
Tyson now plans to extend the original building. It is not clear if he aims to make it his main home or sell it.
It is believed patriotic Tyson may have named his new firm in tribute to the Queen, who died at her Balmoral estate in September.
He and Paris laid flowers at Buckingham Palace with a card reading: “Great may your bed be in Heaven”.
His auntie Maureen, who won permission for a 100-mobile home site in 2018, runs her property empire through Fury Developments Ltd.