TYSON FURY knocked back beers in an airport bar following his incredible win over Deontay Wilder after his flight home was diverted due to a thunderstorm.
The Gypsy King, 31, saw his plane home rerouted via Georgia, in the south-east of the US, after a thunderstorm wreaked havoc on his journey.
Fury had hours earlier beaten Wilder in stunning manner in Los Angeles – with the Bronze Bomber's team throwing in the towel in the seventh round.
The American star sacked the man responsible – despite it clearly being the correct decision.
Having been re-crowned world heavyweight champion, Fury embarked on an epic after-party.
But the booze-fuelled celebrations were forced to continue after thunder and lightning saw Fury's flight home grounded just north of Florida.
Fury's gym-mate Isaac Lowe revealed the group sunk many a beer to pass the time on their layover.
We were knackered… we had a few beers.
Lowe told Sky Sports: "We left Monday morning but it took 24 hours to get back.
"We had to fly to Georgia, then there was a thunderstorm which delayed the plane.
"We were knackered… we had a few beers."
Fury did eventually make it back to England as he landed in Manchester on Tuesday morning to a hero's welcome, before taking a trip to Home Bargains with his family.
And all eyes will now turn to who his next fight will be against – with the whole world itching to see an all-British unification clash with Anthony Joshua.
AJ currently holds four belts, the WBO, WBA, IBF and IBO – while Fury holds those for the WBC and Ring Magazine.
Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn revealed he would be a "clown" and an "idiot" if he didn't manage to get a fight with Fury sorted.
And now Fury's promoter, Frank Warren, has insisted the pair WILL fight in 2020 – if the Gypsy King beats Wilder again and AJ wins his fight with mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev.
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