Paris Fury has discussed calls for her husband, Tyson Fury, to fight fellow British boxer Anthony Joshua and said she would "love" to see the pair face off.
Tyson recently won a big ticket fight against Deontay Wilder, while Anthony recently lost to Oleksandr Usyk, which means hopes for a Joshua-Tyson fight might hang in the balance as the latter lost his heavyweight titles.
However, Paris Fury – who is married to 'Gypsy King' Tyson – says that both she and the boxing community would love to see the pair in the ring together.
Speaking exclusively to OK! ahead of the release of her new book – Love & Fury: The Magic and Mayhem of Life with Tyson – Paris explained: "I can give you my honest opinion, I would love to see it. We’ve been hoping for it for two or three years now."
The mum-of-six continued: "Tyson knew all along he would beat AJ, so when AJ lost we all thought it was a shame."
Paris said that despite AJ's recent loss tainting the fight slightly, she would still like to see her husband take him on.
She explained: "It’s ruined this big fight that the whole boxing community has wanted for such a long time and put a big damper on it. But I still think there is an appetite for it from fans."
Paris opens up about what it's like to support her boxer husband in her latest memoir and thankfully Tyson's most recent fight was a cause for celebration.
The star flew over to Las Vegas to watch Tyson's fight against Deontay Wilder last month and was spotted ring-side in a stunning blue sparkly dress.
Sharing a snapshot of the two of them enjoying a slap-up breakfast the morning after Tyson's well-deserved win, the 32 year old gushed she was still "on cloud nine".
"What a night . . . what a fight!" the soon-to-be author began. "The last 48 hours have been epic and I'm still on cloud nine.
"It meant everything to be there with Tyson, he's worked so hard for this and he brought it home like the great champion he is!"
Despite sharing the glamour and excitement of her time in America, Paris joked it wouldn't be long before the couple were "back to reality and the school run".
She also opened up on the celebration being one of the "highs of being a boxer's wife". The star said it was "nerve-wracking" in the lead-up, especially because of the fear and worry around whether Tyson will come out of the ring unscathed.
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