Tyson Fury burst into tears after knocking out Deontay Wilder in the 11th round of their trilogy clash.
The Gypsy King overcame two knockdowns in the fourth round and successfully defended his WBC world title.
After exchanging a few words with Wilder, it took a moment for Fury to pick up on what he got.
He lent to the ropes and shed tears as brother Shane and close friend Tim Allcock wrapped their arms around their shoulders.
Once he composed himself he shared a kiss in the ring with wife Paris before conducting their post-war interview.
Fury then took the microphone and played his rendition of ‘Walking in Memphis’ – though changed it to ‘Walking in Vegas’ due to the location of the fight.
Once he was finished he said “Lancashire la, la, la. Lancashire, la la la!” Singing farewell to the crowd.
He also shouted: “Las Vegas I love you baby!”
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It has become a tradition for the Gypsy King to sing a classic American ballad after claiming victory in the US after singing “American Pie” after his first match with Wilder.
Vegas and the T-Mobile Arena were a fitting venue for the theatrical affair, with the first blow when Fury sent Wilder to the canvas in third.
But Britain had to overcome some very nervous moments before winning.
Fury elicited all sorts of emotions—as did Shaquille O’Neal in the Las Vegas crowd—but he said he could feel the victory once Wilder was sent down.