10. Tuscaloosa Mansion
Backing right onto Lake Tuscaloosa, Deyontay Wilder owns this massive Tuscaloosa home was built in 2012.
It features a 2 car garage, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a hot tub, outdoor kitchen and a cosy open floor plan.
The home has amazing stone floors and a large breakfast bar in the kitchen while being located on Pine Island Rd, Northport.
It is thought that today the home has an estimated value of around $1 million dollars.
9. Metallic Hummer H2
When car manufacturer M stopped making Hummer SUVs in 2010, the cars quickly became a collectors item.
Reportedly worth around $70,000, it’s no surprise that the color he chose was bronze and even comes with its own nickname, the Bomb Zquad Mobile.
Thirty four inch custom bronze and chrome star wheel rims have the logo engraved onto them and the outside of the car has a chrome bronze wrap.
8. Marbella Mansion
Looking like something out of Judges houses off the X-Factor, Tyson fury owns this amazing Marbella mansion is nothing short of a palace.
The neoclassical style home features columns with ornate capitals and even has a pediment roof.
The courtyard is covered in a mosaic pattern, features a fountain with horses leaping out of the water and his own private office inside.
Its thought he has added a huge training area inside the mansion and has also equipped it with a large garage to hold his ever increasing car collection.
7. Ferrari GTC4 Lusso
Produced between 2016 to the present day, Fury’s Ferrari GTC4 Lusso is powered by a front-mid mounted V12 engine.
The Tyson Fury GTC4 features Ferrari’s patented four-wheel drive system and claims a top speed of 335 km/h (208 mph).
Unveiled at the 2016 Paris Motor Show it features signature Quad Circular Rear Lights and a 0 to 62 mph acceleration time of 3.4 seconds.
6. Lamborghini Aventador
Deyontay Wilder added this car to his garage in the year 2015 after another succesfull fight and winning the WBC heavyweight championship.
Wilder’s Aventador features a top speed of 217 miles per hour with a V12 engine that can reach 0–60 mph in just 2.6 seconds.
It’s also luxurious inside with cream leather seats and its outer coating has a faux alligator-skin wrap.
5. Range Rover Sport SVR
Featuring a 5.0 L V8 engine and costing 99,620 pounds, the Tyson Fury special racing version of this powerhouse features a number of aesthetic alterations and performance improvements.
The SVR has upgraded body styling which includes the all new Silver Quad Exhausts and the all new option of a Carbon Fibre hood.
The SVR does 0–60 mph (97 km/h) in 4 seconds and has features such as 21 inch alloy wheels, integrated front bumper radar and Active Cruise Control with Forward Alert system.
4. Rolls Royce Cullinan
Having a snakeskin finish and leather interior, Deyontay Wilder’s Rolls Royce Cullinan was added to his collection of cars in August 2019.
Deyontay Wilder had to pay 269,310 dollars up-front to own the Cullinan and reports say he bought it from Dream-work’s Motorsports in North Carolina.
Shimmering hub caps that feature Wilder’s distinctive logo can be clearly seen on the car and it has had a very cool cammo wrap.
The car features a top speed of 155 mph and a 0–60 speed of 6.7 seconds with features including satellite navigation and state of the art braking system.
3. Ferrari Portofino
When in Marbella, buy a Ferrari, and thats exactly what Tyson Fury did a couple of years ago after one of his big wins, picking up a $280,000 dollar Ferrari Portofino
The Ferrari Portofino has a top speed of 198.8 mph and thanks to its 3.9 Litre V8 engine, can hit 60mph in 3.1 seconds.
Named after the Italian Portofino village, the car was unveiled at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show.
One Key development for the cars success was Weight saving the car 80 kg lighter than its predecessor, The California T
2. Rolls Royce Phantom
Considered to be the most expensive Royce on the market, the Deyontay Wilder Rolls Royce Phantom costs a whopping amount of 347,000 dollars.
The Phantom VII has a 563 horsepower V12 engine that has a 0 to 60 time of 5.1 seconds
Reports suggest the fighter customized this car with a bronze metallic coat on top of it.
1. Morcambe House
Its the home where Tyson Fury spends most of his time the Gypsy King never forgets his roots and has only spent around 550,000 pounds to upgrade this home.
The home contains a large tribute to Tyson’s glittering career with belts, pictures and other memorabilia dotted around the room.
The garden is the home of his famous Gypsy Wagon, which he spent four years renovating and covered in gold leaf, parked up next to his Rolls Royce and Ferrari.
The home offers a decent amount of privacy with white walls, a large steel gate and high hedges.