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John Fury shows off custom Gypsy King jacket showing off Tyson’s career achievements after sensational Deontay Wilder KO

AS Tyson Fury ponders whether to jacket all in, dad John coated himself in his son's glory.

The Gypsy King has hinted he might retire after his world heavyweight trilogy triumph against Deontay Wilder.

And boxing coach John cut a stylish figure himself, dressed in a customised jacket detailing Tyson's title-filled road to the top.

Fury senior wants Anthony Joshua's conqueror Oleksandr Usyk to be Tyson's next - and perhaps final - opponent.

But he looked backwards not forwards with his natty attire as he popped out in Wilmslow, Cheshire.

Some onlookers recognised him and asked for selfies after he parked his 28-year-old Mercedes by the roadside and suggested his son too still has plenty left in the tank.

If the bomber jacket and FURY cap were not give-aways enough to his identity, a proud beaming smile was the final decisive clue.

The jacket lists 19 of Tyson's titles, from the English crown he won in 2009, through gongs like the British and Commonwealth belts that came two years later, and onto his current WBC, Ring and Lineal awards.

Over that time the unbeaten 33-year-old has battled back from mental health issues and a ban for taking a banned substance.


Tyson has this week been selling pictures of his second successive victory over dynamite puncher Wilder last Saturday.

But he won't make a snap decision over his future.

Dad John has clear views, though, as he scoffed at the idea fellow Brit Dillian Whyte could be at the front of the queue.

Fury senior, 57, told Sky Sports: "I don't want to talk about Whyte, he's not in Tyson's class.

"If Tyson was out on a regular basis and sharpens his tools properly and gets that ring rust out of the way, nobody can touch Tyson.

"At the minute he's boxing 50-60 per cent of what he is.

"Tyson without ring rust, and a fair run at the job, gives Oleksandr Usyk no chance.

"If my son was to listen to me, it's Usyk or nothing… but he never listens to me anyway so it's up to Tyson."

Eddie Hearn says Tyson Fury can’t be considered an all-time great as he’s only fought Deontay Wilder for last three years