Tyson Fury keeps promise to take rubbish to the dump with family after Oleksandr Usyk defeat

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Tyson Fury at the tip today. -Credit:Tyson Fury

True to his word, Tyson Fury has been spotted chucking out the rubbish at the local tip following his first professional defeat this Saturday.

The Gypsy King had previously said he'd be taking it easy post-fight, spending quality time with his family, walking the pooch, and yes, hitting the tip. And that's exactly what the heavyweight champ was seen doing outside his Morecambe home, bin bags in tow. Sporting a navy tracksuit and white cap, complete with shades to shield his battered face, the 35 year old looked every bit the suburban dad.

After flying back on a swanky £34million private jet from his bruising encounter in Riyadh, where he narrowly avoided a knockout in the ninth round, Fury believed he'd clinched the fight on points. However, the judges awarded the split decision win to Ukraine's Oleksandr Usyk. Post-match, a battered but unbowed Fury declared: "We punched f*** out of each other for 12 rounds. I'm going to go home, eat some food, drink some beers, have some family time, walk the dog, go to the tip. Me and Frank Warren will discuss the future. If there's going to be another fight - I think they're talking about October - then we'll rock and roll."

While his wife Paris, 34, couldn't make it to Saudi Arabia to cheer him on, she didn't hold back her support online, proclaiming him 'still the best man' despite the loss. This morning, Fury and his wife Paris were spotted out and about in their Nissan Navara, soaking up the sunshine in Morecambe. Paris opted for a relaxed look with a white top, shorts, and shades, her hair neatly pulled back into a ponytail.

The boxing giant was seen doing his part for the community by picking up litter near his home, giving a friendly thumbs up to passing drivers as he crossed the road. The couple were busy unloading shopping bags from their vehicle, with Fury apparently multitasking between a phone call and tidying up the area.

Despite having the option of a rematch with Usyk, the Gypsy King has been dropping hints about possibly retiring from the ring. He shared some insights on what might lead him to hang up his gloves sooner rather than expected.

Following his recent bout, Fury opened up in the press conference, admitting: "I'm not boxing here because I've got no money. I'm boxing because I love it. Do you understand? I'm 36 in a few months and I've been boxing since I've been a child so it is what it is."

He continued to ponder his future, saying, "Where does it all end? I'm not sure but the thing is, all the time I'm still loving the game, and I was having fun in there, I was really enjoying myself, then I'll continue to do it and when I can't do that anymore, I'll pack it up. "