Paris Fury ‘leaving her husband Tyson’s £40m boxing company to start her own business’

Paris Fury is said to have left husband Tyson’s £40million boxing company to start his own business.

The mum-of-six, 32, officially registered the new company last week to handle book deals and other merchandising, according to The mirror.

A former source from the publication: “Paris is a successful businesswoman and starting her own business reflects that.

New venture: Paris Fury is said to have left her husband Tyson’s £40m boxing company to start her own business

“She’s already a best-selling author and television personality and has many projects, including another book, in the works.”

They added, “Her blend of smarts, glamor and likeability is a huge hit with fans.”

She reportedly resigned as a director of Tyson Fury Ltd on August 4 and created Paris Fury Ltd the same day.

Documents filed at Companies House say it will deal with “online retail, book publishing, public relations and communications, and advertising”.

Fresh start: The mum-of-six, 32, officially registered the new company last week to handle book deals and other merchandising, according to The Mirror

Fresh start: The mum-of-six, 32, officially registered the new company last week to handle book deals and other merchandising, according to The Mirror

Paris previously wrote a bestselling autobiography about her marriage to Tyson, titled Love and Fury.

She also appeared as a panelist on Loose Women and garnered a huge following with her down-to-earth attitude.

The couple are parents to Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, five, Valencia, four, Princes Adonis Amaziah, three, and Athena, 11 months.

Family: They share six children together, Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, five, Valencia, four, Prince Adonis Amaziah, three, and Athena, 11 months

Family: They share six children together, Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, five, Valencia, four, Prince Adonis Amaziah, three, and Athena, 11 months

In May, Tyson became a two-time world heavyweight champion after beating Dillian Whyte in a tense fight at Wembley and banked £26.2million.

Following his knockout victory in front of a record UK crowd of 94,000 fans, the sportsman said he was retiring from boxing.

Speaking after the fight, Tyson explained to TalkSPORT: “It’s definitely the end of the Gypsy King and I came out with a bang.”

Tyson announced he would hang up his gloves for the second time in his career on his 34th birthday, just four days after calling fellow Briton Derek Chisora.

He released a statement saying: “A big thank you to everyone who has contributed to my career over the years and after long difficult conversations I have finally decided to leave and on my 34th birthday I say bon voyage.”

Paris explained that she was happy he was retiring and that he “wants him back now”, revealing that she didn’t appreciate the boxing buildup at all.

Tyson is going a different route, as he’s reportedly set to share a glimpse into his life with a new documentary.

Teasing the project, Tyson said, “I want to do a Netflix documentary, a Hollywood movie, and be a great husband, father, and son.”