TYSON FURY'S wife Paris has opened up about the "nerve-wracking" moments leading to her husband's fight with Deontay Wilder.
Tyson and Wilder complete their trilogy tonight at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas with the Bronze Bomber seeking revenge for his loss to the British superstar last year.
Their first fight in 2018 ended in a controversial draw as many argued the Gyspsy King deserved the win before getting his hand raised two years later.
Paris attended her husband's most recent fight with the American bruiser and shared a photo of her embracing him after the final bell on Instagram.
She opened up about the challenges of being a "boxing wife" as she claims the day of the fight is always so stressful that she feels "totally sick".
Paris posted: "We're here in Las Vegas and we're starting to get ready for Tyson's big fight with Deontay Wilder on Saturday.
"The lead up to a big fight is always a pretty nerve-wracking time but it's a big moment and I'd always rather be sitting ringside and watching with the family rather than watching at home on TV.
"This photo is from Tyson's previous fight with Deontay.
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"I know coming out to Vegas sounds incredibly glamorous but being a 'boxing wife' on match day is a weird mix of being surrounded by a huge buzz and feeling totally sick – it’s so hard to watch your husband go through it – but I know being in the ring is what Tyson loves.
"Choosing an outfit for ringside and getting ready is always a big part of it for me, usually mix of high street and something a bit special is my usual look – I've brought quite a few options over with me so I can decide on the day.
"The main thing is I'm there to support Tyson and one of the things I do is eat the same breakfast as him on the morning of the fight so he doesn't have to see me eating a bacon sandwich while he has his porridge!
"There's loads more on what it's like leading up to a huge fight like this in Love and Fury, my book coming 28th October."
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