Inside Tyson Fury's Las Vegas afterparty following Wilder win with 'hottest waitresses in world' and his £106k bar tab

TYSON FURY reportedly celebrated with the 'hottest waitresses in the world' at a Las Vegas nightclub after dethroning Deontay Wilder last year.

Just hours after ripping the WBC heavyweight belt from the Bronze Bomber after his seventh round TKO, the Gypsy King headed to the iconic Hakkasan nightclub back in February 2020.

Fury, 33, is no stranger to celebrating in fashion after he attended a boozy pool party in Sin City following his KO triumph over Tom Schwarz in 2019.

And DJ Mark Eteson has lifted the lid on what happened when the British star arrived to the venue following his Wilder victory – with a pyro dragon prepared for his arrival.

The DJ – who is followed by almost 50,000 people on Instagram – even claimed that 30 bottles of champagne were sent to Fury's table.

He told the Daily Star: "The cocktail waitresses, who are the hottest in the world, come out with light sticks, a dragon and bottles of champagne when he arrives.

"Anything you can imagine – it probably happened!

"If you're a big spender, or you're someone like Tyson Fury, there usually will be someone who is spending $150,000 (£106,000) that night on their table.


"With that amount of cash being spent on one night, on champagne, or the drinks they bought at the table, they really can pretty much do anything. They will bring out any presentation to make it a big deal.

"They come out with some fireworks and stuff, but it does look pretty crazy when they bring out a dragon and thirty bottles of champagne – and it's done by a girl dressed as Jasmine from Aladdin on a magic carpet, and I'm like 'what the f*** is going on here?'"

Before adding: "He is quite a personable person, he's the Gypsy King, he's for the people. Everyone loves him anyway because of how blunt, honest, straight-up and truthful he is."

And you can expect more wild partying from Fury if he comes out on top against Wilder this Saturday when they meet for a third time.

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