Molly Mai Higu praised her ‘champion’ boyfriend Tommy Fury, who dedicated his latest victory to his girlfriend and Leo Island co-star.
Molly Ma was forced to see her husband from home because he was not able to become a ringside to Cleveland.
But he did so with a smile when Fury outscored MMA fighter Anthony Taylor in four rounds.
The British light heavyweight did this on Jack Paul’s undercard which had his American debut.
But anger was rushing to scream at her loved ones, especially Molly Mai.
He said: “Father, Molly, I wish you were here tonight, but it was for you.
“We’re learning, we’re building, we’re going to win and we hope you’ll come here next time.
“But I love you both, take it easy, give each one a voice and God bless.”
Taylor, 32, has been Paul’s chief spring partner for the last two fights on YouTube.
And it turned out to be a strange time for Rosh, who was unable to get a knockout due to his American opponent’s holding and unconventional style.
Still, the reality TV star advanced to 7-0 and used an unexpected display to infuriate 24-year-old Paul.
Rosh, 22, said: “Looking at that, Jack Paul, you should be an easy night companion, right?
“There is no excuse now. You have seen it all, I am happiest in this place.
No excuses, no race, no hiding. I want you next, you bully. Let’s get started. “
Fury signed two fight agreements with the US powerhouse Showtime before stepping into his state side.
Dad, Molly, I wish you were here tonight, but it was for you.
Tommy Fury after defeating Anthony Taylor
The network has recently tied Paul to a lucrative deal and there has been talk of a fight between them in their next fight.
But Paul, 24, first needed to defeat his former UFC champion, Taron Woodley, 39, in his fourth and toughest pro bout, which took the headlines in the evening.
Paul, without his father John or older brother Tyson, admitted to underperforming but promised to improve.
“It was not my best performance and everyone knows it,” he said.
“But at the end of the day, boxing is the hardest sport in the world. If it were easier, everyone in the world would be doing it.
“I’m learning every day, every session I do in the gym. I’m getting better. It’s the hardest sport in the world and I’m doing my best.
“That’s all I can say.”