Molly May Hague said she was “very happy” after Tyson Fury knocked out her hostility – and her boyfriend Tommy Video called her out of the ring.
The Leo Island Star saw the biggest fight in the history of boxing from home while Tommy got the front row seat.
His brother, Tyson, knocked out two Donte Wilders – and knocked down the American Wilder five times in total.
“She’s a champion there,” he wrote, sharing a photo of Tyson after the fight.
“There is not an inch of doubt in any of us.
“So more than happy.
“What’s the fight?”
He also shared a photo of his brother-in-law, saying: “What a wonderful time. A moment for Paris.”
Not missing her boyfriend’s special family moment, Tommy FaceTime took her out of the ring as she celebrated her success.
Raising his arm in the air, Tommy smiled from ear to ear.
Happy, Molly said: “Ah, the best call.”
Fury’s position as the greatest heavyweight of the era was strong for ages.
He miraculously escaped a horrific fifth-round defeat to his KOK enemy in Round 11 on a wild Las Vegas night.
Wilder was defeated in the third and it seemed like another early night for the Americans.
But the 35-year-old former WBC champion rallied incredibly to quit twice in a brilliant fourth round.
Anger then joined forces with Wilder to return to Round 10.
But when Fury scored a hat-trick in Round 11, the game was over and he became the greatest man of his time.
The victory is a huge boost for British boxing, following Anthony Joshua’s defeat to Alexander Yusk in London last month.
After the fight, a furious rage said: “As the great John Wayne said, I am made of pig iron and steel baby.
“I came down a couple of times and was injured and Wilder is a tough guy when he gets up a few times.
“It was a great fight tonight, worthy of any trio in the game. I always said I was the best first and he was second.
“But I went to show love and respect and he didn’t want that so I will pray for him.”