From partying in Las Vegas after his sensational victory over Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury has returned to normality, eating breakfast in a small coffee shop in Morecambe!
The undefeated heavyweight champion returned to the UK on Tuesday and has since indulged in a meal of smashed avocado, smoked salmon and sourdough toast in Keegans coffee shop.
Dressed in a black jacket, red chinos and a woolly hat, Fury seemed in high spirits upon leaving the outlet and being back in his beloved hometown in the north of England.
Tyson Fury went to the local coffee shop to eat breakfast in his hometown of Morecambe
The WBC heavyweight title holder appeared in good spirits as he left the premises
Fury dined on smashed avocado, smoked salmon and sourdough toast for breakfast
The menu board at Keegans coffee shop showing the range of breakfast selections
FURY'S NEXT STEP?
Deontay Wilder (44-1-1) - trilogy fight
Anthony Joshua (23-0-1) - all-British unification fight
Dilian Whyte (27-0-1) - WBC mandatory challenger
The scene was a far cry from his lavish post-fight celebrations at the weekend in Vegas.
He was photographed and videoed at a party at famous nightclub Hakkasan, and spent the next day at an Irish pub opposite the MGM Grand with friends and family.
Fans are now waiting with baited breath as to Fury's next move, with Wilder likely to invoke a trilogy fight, as is his right to do so under the terms of the second fight.
However, most of the general public is calling for a blockbuster all-British unification fight with Anthony Joshua this year.
The 31-year-old heavyweight boxer sat at a table by the window of Keegans
Following Fury's victory, talk immediately turned to a potential all-Brit fight vs Anthony Joshua
Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn is desperate for the fight to take place, and has targetted a potential slot in November or December.
Hearn told the Sun: 'People don't want the third fight. They've had 19 rounds now, Wilder's probably won three of them and in the last fight he got battered.
'But I understand the contractual position. He does have a right to a rematch clause.
Tyson Fury celebrates after beating Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas on Saturday night
Eddie Hearn has urged the pair to 'get it out the way' so the winner can face Anthony Joshua
'I'd just say "Hurry up, please" and do it quickly. We just hope they get on with it and get it out of the way.'
Joshua's promoter, who also claimed he would love the British showdown to go ahead at Wembley, added: 'We can't get Fury, we've got to fight Pulev and we'll get that out of the way.
'Hopefully, Fury can get his out of the way and we can get this done in November or December this year.'