Tyson Fury chants 'Lancashire, la la la' in the ring after smashing Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas trilogy epic
LANCASHIRE local Tyson Fury delighted fans from his home county after his thrilling victory over Deontay Wilder on Saturday night.
After a brutal eleventh round knockout, Fury grabbed a microphone and belted down it: "Lancaster, la la la, Lancashire la la la!"
Gypsy King Fury was born in Wythenshawe, in south Manchester.
He now lives in Morecambe – in the City of Lancaster district of Lancashire – hence the 'Lancaster' and 'Lancashire' chants.
Manchester was also historically part of the county of Lancashire, but since 1974 comes under the county of Greater Manchester.
And he gave a nod to his Lancashire roots after a savage knockout blow.
Fury's football-like chant followed his rendition of 'Walking in Memphis' to the 20,000 strong crowd at T-Mobile Arena.
The 33-year-old changed Marc Cohn's classic to 'Walking in Vegas' given the location of the fight.
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He also shouted: "Las Vegas, I love you baby!" at the end of his ballad.
It's not the first time Fury has serenaded fans with a sing-song following a victory on US soil.
The Gypsy King famously sung 'American Pie' after his first bout with Wilder back in 2018.
That fight ended in a controversial draw, although Fury to this day claims he won the fight.
There was no debate over the winner yesterday though after Fury's textbook knockout.
After Wilder took a number of heavy blows Fury revealed he went over to the Bronze Bomber to show him respect, although was immediately rebuffed.
Fury said: "I went over to shake his hand and say well done and he was like ‘No, I don’t respect you’.
"How can you say I’ve cheated when you know in your own heart and full team knows that you just got beat fair and square.
"He’s a sore loser, I’m sure he’s not the first one and he won’t be the last one."
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