TYSON FURY is once AGAIN a heavyweight world champion after becoming the first man to STOP Deontay Wilder.
Fury bullied and dominated the Bronze Bomber, knocking him down in the third AND fifth rounds in Las Vegas before Wilder's trainer finally threw in the towel.
Follow ALL of the latest reaction and updates from Vegas below...
I JUST WANT A SHOT
Andy Ruiz Jr says he wants to fight Tyson Fury next and has laid down the gauntlet, before a tequila-fuelled session.
Ruiz said on PBC on Fox: “I think Tyson Fury did what he had to do, he stuck to the game-plan.
“I’m pretty sure he could do it again and I could do it too so, if they pick me, I’m here and I’m ready.
“His legs were weak, they were wobbly, even other punches that he tried to throw, they didn’t have a lot of power so I think Tyson Fury did an awesome job.
“I was really shocked because I thought Deontay Wilder was going to win.
“I just want a shot with Tyson Fury as well.”
FURY VS BRUNO
Tyson Fury will be invited to give a speech United's training ground, according to the Metro.
The Gypsy King smashed Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas in the early hours of Sunday morning.
And he is a huge Red Devils fan, hoping to inspire the players during a crucial part of the season.
He will talk about his journey from drug addiction, depression to king of the ring.
Tyson Fury’s victory against Deontay Wilder raked in a whopping £66million from pay-per-view sales and tickets in the US alone.
The heavyweight showdown smashed the previous PPV record set by Lennon Lewis and Mike Tyson back in 2002.
Around 850,000 fans in America alone forked out $80 (£61) to watch the fight on TV – which adds up to a huge £53million.
This is more than double the 325,000 PPV sales that were recorded for their controversial draw in December 2018.
And reports claim the rematch in Sin City raked in $17million (£13.16million) in ticket sales alone.
IN THE RED CORNER
Frank Warren wants Old Trafford to host Tyson Fury's rematch with Deontay Wilder.
The boxing promoter said: “He deserves the chance to fight as a WBC world champion in front of his home fans.
“I’d love to do it in Manchester at Old Trafford. That’s always been a dream of Tyson’s.
“Directly after the fight Tyson said he’d love to do the unification fight with Anthony Joshua.
“That’s his next target. He wants to unify the belts, but he’s prepared and happy to fight Wilder again.”
MUST DO BETTER
Tyson Fury is adamant he can perform BETTER than he did against Deontay Wilder.
He said: “I'm my own worst critic and even though it was a fantastic performance and I got a great win, I know I can do better.
“I've only just started with my new trainer, SugarHill Steward.
“We only had seven weeks to perfect a Kronk Gym style. But I'm a quick learner and I aim to get back to the gym straightaway, to work on balance and straight punches.
“I'm going to be putting people to sleep left, right and centre. Don't forget when I came here people said I can't punch. Wilder himself said I've got 'pillow fists' in the past.
“Well it didn't do badly for an old fat guy who can't punch, did I?”