TYSON FURY has added another sports car to his collection after splurging on a Porsche.
The Gypsy King has earned big bucks in recent years and is not afraid to splash out, particularly on cars.
Fury is believed to have earned £177million from boxing so adding a Porsche Turbo S – which sells for new at £170,000 – is just a drop in the ocean.
The fighter shared a photo of his new black motor on Instagram and thanked the suppliers for their service.
Fury, 34, bought a £140,000 electric Porsche in May after trading in his £250,000 Ferrari F12.
Since then the spending has continued with the Brit adding all sorts of vehicles to his collection.
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A month later Fury purchased two Rolls Royce Phantom Series II which are priced at a staggering £384,000 each.
In the same month he bought an antique recovery truck – a Bedford TK recovery 1973.
In August Fury showed off his stunning black Ferrari GTC4Lusso, priced at £300,000, after announcing his fight with Derek Chisora which has now fallen through.
Now Fury has a new opponent in mind after his proposed fight with Anthony Joshua collapsed – Manuel Charr.
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The Gyspy King has confirmed he will fight the veteran fighter after he challenged him to a fight amid the squabble with AJ.
Fury called off the fight with Joshua after the former world champion failed to sign the paperwork before Fury's deadline.
But Frank Warren and Eddie Hearn believe there is a chance the fight will still go ahead and the pair remain in talks.
Hearn said: "There were various positive calls today between promoters and broadcasters who are all working hard to finalise the fight.
"There has been no talk of a deadline between the parties, but we are moving at pace to try and conclude the deal."
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