Tyson Fury follows 15 accounts on Instagram – and his wife’s isn’t one of them

Tyson Fury has posted a picture of himself and wife Paris Fury on Instagram, however the new champion of the world's account does not follow his own partner's on the social media platform.

Fury became WBC heavyweight champion of the world on Saturday night as he put on a boxing masterclass to beat Deontay Wilder.

The Brit stopped Wilder in the seventh round having put the reigning champion on the canvas twice during the Las Vegas bout.

Fury’s wife Paris was in the crowd cheering on her husband in Sin City and put up an adoring picture of the two on her Instagram story.

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Paris captioned the image: “I am married to the best man on the planet. Proudest woman walking. The king!”

It was a post which Tyson put on his own Instagram story but the new champion does not actually follow his wife on the platform.

Fury's account follows just 15 others, filled with sponsors such as WOW HYDRATE, MTK Global and Everlast.

The WBC are also followed by Fury as are his promoters Top Rank, Frank Warren and BT Sport.

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However Paris Fury’s account is not followed by the Gypsy King.

Fury had serenaded his wife with a rendition of American Pie in the ring after stopping Wilder.

And Paris had hit out at the doubters after, telling iFL TV: “The nerves were bad, but they’re gone, we’ve got it.

“It couldn’t have gone any better, perfect performance, that’s what Tyson can do.

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“The whole time, we understand what the other man is capable of and that’s going through your mind, but I knew he was winning clear and easy.

“No one believed him when he would say he would knock Wilder out but there you go, don’t doubt him, don’t ever doubt him.”

Fury could now fight Anthony Joshua in a battle for undisputed heavyweight supremacy, though Wilder could ask for a rematch given a clause in the contract.

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