Tommy Fury, the younger brother of boxing legend Tyson Fury, beamed with pride as he touched down at Heathrow Airport with his family following his huge win over YouTube star Jake Paul.
The 21-year-old, who is trained by his father John Fury, was victorious in his professional boxing debut against Paul in Miami on Sunday night.
The fight, which was broadcast on pay-per-view, saw Fury dominate the American throughout the six rounds, with the judges awarding him a unanimous decision victory.
The win was a huge moment for Fury, who has been training for the fight since he was just 16 years old.
Speaking after the fight, Fury said: “I’m so proud of myself. I’ve worked so hard for this and it’s finally paid off. I’m just so happy.”
Fury’s older brother Tyson, who is the current WBC heavyweight champion, was in attendance to watch his brother’s victory and was clearly delighted with the result.
“I’m so proud of my little brother,” Tyson said. “He’s worked so hard for this and he’s done it. He’s a champion.”
The Fury family were all smiles as they arrived back in the UK, with Tommy sporting a black eye and a few bruises from the fight.
Despite the physical toll of the fight, Tommy was in high spirits and was clearly delighted with his performance.
“I’m so happy with how I performed,” he said. “I knew I could do it and I did it. I’m just so proud of myself.”
The win was a huge moment for the Fury family, who have been involved in boxing for generations.
John Fury, who is also a former professional boxer, said: “I’m so proud of my son. He’s worked so hard for this and he’s done it. He’s a champion.”
The win was also a huge moment for British boxing, with Tommy Fury becoming the first British fighter to beat an American in a professional boxing match since Ricky Hatton in 2007.
The victory has put Tommy Fury firmly in the spotlight and he is now being tipped for big things in the sport.
The 21-year-old is already being talked about as a potential future world champion and he is sure to be a star of the sport for years to come.
For now, though, Tommy Fury is just enjoying the moment and savouring his victory over Jake Paul.
The win was a huge moment for the Fury family and a huge moment for British boxing.
Tommy Fury may have been bruised and battered after the fight, but he was beaming with pride as he touched down at Heathrow Airport with his family.