Tyson Fury shows off luxurious private jet with bedrooms and a shower

Tyson Fury shows off luxurious private jet with bedrooms and a shower as he takes a ‘little trip’ to Saudi Arabia with family and friends ahead of undisputed heavyweight clash against Oleksandr Usyk

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  • He showed fans around the jet, which includes a shower, on social media
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Tyson Fury has flaunted his own private jet on social media after heading out to Saudi Arabia for a ‘little trip’ with family and friends.

Fury is set for the biggest fight of his career when he takes on Oleksandr Usyk in an undisputed clash on February 17 in Riyadh, and he flew out to enjoy some sunshine in the Middle East nation this week.

As he took to the air, Fury decided to show fans around his private jet in a video posted on his wife Paris’ Instagram that was captioned: ‘Just took a little trip….. Saudi Arabia’.

The Gypsy King started off by taking a look around his spacious shower area before pulling a face for the camera after catching himself in the bathroom mirror.

He then proceeded to walk the length of the plane, with fans getting to see several bedrooms as his family and friends kicked back and relaxed on their way to Saudi Arabia.

Tyson Fury showed fans around his private jet that contains a shower (pictured)

He pulled a face for the camera after catching himself in the bathroom mirror

Fury walked the length of the plane as he showed off bedrooms and comfortable seating for his family and friends

There certainly didn’t appear to be a lack of space as he wandered down the private jet

A post shared by Paris Fury (@parisfury1)

Paris then posted a separate video when they all arrived where she posed for pictures with her husband, while Fury also danced and went on an inflatable slide in the sea with his children.

Fury’s fight with Usyk is now just 10 weeks away, but the 35-year-old appears to currently be taking a laid-back approach in the build-up as he prepares to face his fellow undefeated rival.

The winner of February’s bout will become the first undisputed champion in boxing’s blue-riband division in the four-belt era.

Fury is set to face Oleksandr Usyk in 10 weeks with all four heavyweight belts on the line

A post shared by Paris Fury (@parisfury1)

Fury is looking to prove he is the best heavyweight on the planet after struggling to a razor-thin points win in his crossover bout against former UFC champion Francis Ngannou in October.

Fury was knocked down in the third round but got back to his feet to earn the judges’ verdict.

His outspoken dad, John, told Mail Sport that Fury needs to ‘change everything’ if he is to beat Usyk and questioned his son’s conditioning for the fight against Ngannou.

But Fury does not appear overly-concerned and opted for some family time and sunshine ahead of Christmas, before starting his training camp for Usyk.ย 

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