Tyson Fury ring girl sets pulses racing in sexy lingerie as she treats fans to Valentine's Day video | The Sun

FAMOUS ring girl Antonia Salt took social media by storm with a racy lingerie post on Valentine's Day.

The stunning Chesterfield-born model has appeared in various blockbuster boxing matches, including Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte in April.

Antonia posed with nothing but a white set of lacy underwear in a short clip that saw her pull off a series of sexy poses for her fans.

The model left her 34,000 Instagram followers in awe with her steamy content.

Antonia issued the following caption: "Happy v day my loves."

And an imminent return to the ring can't be ruled out for the model as Fury is gearing up for another big fight.

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The Gypsy King has been continuously linked with a mega clash against fellow undefeated heavyweight Oleksandr Usyk.

Negotiations over the historic bout have stagnated since they resumed last December, laying waste to the initial target date of March 4.

But SunSport understands Usyk's manager and promoter Alexander Krassuyk flew into London on Tuesday to finalise the fight.

It's reported that the sticking point over the deal is the purse split, which Krassuyk wants to be 50-50.

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Saudi Arabia was initially the frontrunner to land the first undisputed heavyweight showdown in nearly a quarter of a century.

But Wembley is now a serious contender to host the historic fight.

April 29 is the new working date for the bout, which Fury's promoter Frank Warren is optimistic will come to fruition.

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