Tyson Fury ‘abandons’ wife Paris and leaves her with piles of housework

Tyson Fury is often forced to spend time away from home as he prepares for his next fight – which always spells bad news for wife Paris.

The Gypsy King stakes a claim to being the greatest heavyweight on the planet right now after toppling Deontay Wilder in devastating fashion on February 22 to clinch the WBC title.

It’s fair to say he has conquered the American scene, having picked up three consecutive victories in the States – while also being controversially held to a draw by Wilder prior to those wins.

But Fury fighting away from home simply means Paris is left with more housework duties at their Morecambe home.

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In the last episode of ITV documentary ’Tyson Fury: The Gypsy King’, Paris bemoans the amount of work on her hands with Tyson out in Las Vegas ahead of his crucial rematch with Wilder.

“I used to think celebrities, they don't do nothing, that's why they look so good,” she says while loading the washing machine.

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“They don't clean, they don't cook, they don't look after their own children.

“My role is to be doctor, nurse, cooker, cleaner, father at the minute. General house organiser. If you want to roll that down into one title, it's 'Mam'. Mam has got a lot to do.

“When [Tyson] goes he does a complete disappearing act. He's just gone for eight weeks. He's not coming back. It's hard work.”

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Paris then admits to feeling lonely whenever Tyson is being put through his paces away from home, adding: “Because I don't work I don't see anyone.

“You miss that person and you miss them being around. Everything is getting on me nerves now. It's hard but it's what we're doing at the minute. I know it won't last forever.”

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After destroying him inside seven rounds, Fury is set to lock horns with Wilder for a third time this summer.

The Bronze Bomber has triggered his rematch option in a bid to reclaim the WBC crown, with a trilogy bout expected to be held Stateside on July 18.

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