Tyson Fury returned to a hero's welcome after landing in Manchester

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Tyson Fury returned to the UK earlier this morning, landing in Manchester airport after his triumphant victory over Deontay Wilder on Saturday night in the States. 

A clip uploaded to Twitter shows Fury leaving the gates and moving into the main hall, greeted by a massive swathe of people, who cheered and whistled as soon as they saw him coming around the corner.

In true Manchester style, Fury entered the hall to a man wearing a Russian ear flap hat and shades, holding a microphone, giving a full entrance commentary for the Gypsy King as he made his way through the crowds.

Not only that, they also played the soundtrack to Fury's entrance in his first fight against Wilder, back in December 2018, as well as the fight this weekend, 'Freed from Desire' by Gala, an absolute banger.

Honestly, Fury looked happy to see all of the support from his fellow Mancunians, but he also looked absolutely knackered.

It's easy to see why Fury probably wanted to just get home as quickly as he could, after what must've been the time of his life in the United States.

Approached by the Russian hat wearing man, Fury spoke into the microphone: "Thank you everybody for coming to see me. God bless."

You can understand why Fury didn't feel like doing a complete interview there and then.

Some Twitter users saw how tired Fury looked, with one commenting that the greeting "looks like the absolute last thing he wanted."

It's certain that Fury appreciated the hero's welcome, but after a long weekend of action, it's more than fair for him to just want to get home and stick on the kettle and have a nice, warm cuppa!

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