Tyson Fury is one of the biggest names in world sport – and his net worth certainly reflects that.
The Gypsy King has cemented himself as one of the best heavyweight boxers of all time, claiming world titles and seeing his wealth continue to rise.
He has made an incredible amount of money throughout his career and he is likely set for the biggest paycheck of his career against Oleksandr Usyk in February next year.
So ahead of that historic bout, talkSPORT.com takes a look at Fury’s total net worth…
Tyson Fury net worth
Fury’s net worth is estimated to be around £50million, according to Forbes.
That number made the 35-year-old one of the highest-paid athletes in the world in 2022.
And since the most recent update of the richest sportspeople was released, he has had his own Netflix series as well as another huge fight, meaning his worth has surely increased further.
It was confirmed last year that Fury had a whopping £43million in his bank account, while he made £13million profit.
A lot of that cash came from wins against Dillian Whyte and Derek Chisora where he received £25million and £21million respectively.
He then took on UFC legend Francis Ngannou in Saudi Arabia on a spectacle night for boxing.
Fury controversially won that bout, claiming a reported £50m for maintaining his unbeaten record.
That means his net worth will likely have increased exponentially, with his updated 2023 net worth expected to show a huge number.
The Gypsy King has also had success elsewhere, making appearances in the WWE in 2019 and 2020 and appearing for his debut against Braun Strowman at WWE Crown Jewel.
He won that fight and reportedly earned £11.9m for his participation.
In November 2019, Fury’s autobiography, Behind the Mask, was released and reached the no.1 bestseller position on Amazon within 24 hours of its release.
And his Netflix show ‘At Home with the Furys’ will have added another big chunk of cash to his bank.
Although some reports claim that he is not keen on making any more series, turning down millions in the process.
We’re sure his accounts will be more than fine should he not decide not to renew for a second season!