Tyson Fury and wife Paris wear £1,000 matching Versace outfits for date night following family Christmas

TYSON FURY and wife Paris showed off his and hers £1,000 Versace outfits on a Christmas 'date night'.

The boxing champion shared a photo on Instagram of the pair looking dapper in their expensive clobber.


Tyson is well-known for his love of a dazzling suit and of course those pink trousers.

And it seems his fashion sense is running off on his better half.

Fury has been keeping up his training over the festive season as he hopes to close in on an undisputed clash against Anthony Joshua.

Matchroom boss Eddie Hearn has said that fight has been 'verbally agreed' but there is just the small matter of sorting out the millions of pounds to be involved.

The blockbuster bout is likely to take place between next May or June after a breakthrough in negotiations.

And of course with the UK still in the grip of coronavirus, it means that super-fight could happen abroad.

The US, Saudia Arabia and even China have been touted as possible locations.

AJ overcame his first obstacle by breezing past Kubrat Pulev last weekend while Fury remains in a legal battle with Deontay Wilder over their failed trilogy of fights.

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Another obstacle preventing the deal is the fact Oleksandr Usyk is currently the mandatory challenger for AJ's WBO belt.

Hearn has previously admitted that both fighters could ditch their belts, from the four major sanctioning bodies, if they try to block the undisputed decider.

Two days before Christmas the Gypsy King took inspiration from Dark Knight Rises villain Bane as he trained in the dark alone.

Tom Hardy's 2012 Batman character famously told the DC hero that he was 'born' in the dark.

And the Gypsy King appeared to be motivated by Bane as he uploaded a video on Twitter working out in pitch black.

Fury, 32, said: "Training in the dark alone, because I was born in the dark.

"I train alone, because no one's going to help me when I'm in there fighting for my life."

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