TYSON FURY has revealed he MESSED UP his epic ring walk after being carried away by the incredible atmosphere at Wembley before knocking out Dillian Whyte.
The 33-year-old successfully defended his WBC heavyweight title after stopping the Body Snatcher on Saturday night in front of 94,000 fans.
A brutal right uppercut floored his 34-year-old rival as he left him sprawled across the canvas.
But despite the Brixton banger valiantly getting back to his feet, the contest was waved off by referee Mark Lyson with Whyte on unsteady legs.
Fans were left in awe of Fury’s emphatic finish, with the Gypsy King labelling himself as the greatest heavyweight of all time after extending his unbeaten record to 33 fights.
He already wowed the boxing world with his brilliant ring walk, where he was carried towards the squared circle while sitting on a gold-encrusted throne.
His entrance cued a barrage of fireworks to be let off from atop of the sold-out Wembley.
Fury then jumped out of his throne where he started to run towards the ring, as The Notorious B.I.G’s ‘Juicy’, followed by Kings of Leon’s ‘Sex on Fire’ blared out over the speakers.
The Manchester United fan’s supporters were loving it, but Fury has admitted that he wasn’t supposed to run.
He has declared that he was forced to make up for lost time after taking in the noise from the crowd.
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Speaking in the post-fight press conference, he said: “It was an entertaining night.
“I’ve never experienced an atmosphere like that before, it was that good.
“I messed up all the ring walk that we had planned and started running to the ring.
“I was excited! I lost it completely.”
Fury also once again reiterated his desire to hang up his gloves after promising his wife Paris he would retire – even though not even she believes it.