Tyson Fury visited Derek Chisora in his dressing room after their fight on Saturday night at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The pair shared burgers together and showed one another their children in a remarkable example of respect between former rivals.
The fight itself was a tough watch.
Fury dominated Chisora, as expected, from the very first round.
The bigger, younger and better man totally outclassed his challenger and pummelled him for ten rounds.
Eventually the fight was stopped by referee Victor Loughlin, who Chisora thanked for doing so as he knew he would refuse to quit of his own accord.
After doing his post-bout press conference, Fury went in to check on his old foe.
When the pair first fought back in 2011, they were fierce rivals.
11 years and three fights later, they are now good friends.
Fury showed concern for his defeated opponent, who was badly bruised after the beating.
He then introduced his 11-year-old son, Prince, who had been at the fight watching his dad win for the first time.
Chisora’s daughters Angelina and Harare were also in the dressing room and so he introduced them too.
The heavyweights concluded by sharing a burger together – as is tradition for Chisora after his fights.
They then shook hands once more as Fury said: “Listen, if you ever need anything, you know where I am.
“My gym’s your gym.”
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