TYSON FURY has invited Deontay Wilder to his 'huge' Florida home.
It comes after the Bronze Bomber revealed he is contemplating retirement.
Fury, 33, is renting a sprawling spot in the USA and has extended an invite to his old foe Wilder.
Florida borders Wilder's home state of Alabama and the Gypsy King hopes the 36-year-old makes the short journey over.
He told the Mail: "It's a huge place with an enormous swimming pool.
"Room for all and I've told Deontay we're right handy for Disney World."
The pair contested an epic trilogy bout – culminating in Fury's second victory in October.
The fights were bitterly contested with many vicious words exchanged but the fighters have put their beef behind them since.
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Tyson would need to have a big house in order to host the Fury and Wilder clans together.
He and wife Paris have six kids while Wilder and fiancee Telli Swift have EIGHT.
Any chat between the two would likely revolve around their three epic fights which Fury reckons may shorten the men's lives.
The Brit added: "This will take years off our lives. We will feel the effects of this in our later days."
Wilder recently suggested he may retire soon.
Speaking to Kevin Hart on the Cold As Balls on the Laugh Out Loud Network, Wilder said: “It's mixed feelings because ultimately I have accomplished all my goals in this sport.
'SHOULD I JUST RETIRE?'
“I told my daughter when she was one that I'd be a champion and I'd be able to support her beyond her belief.
“I've done that. There's a lot of things that I've accomplished that I feel I have to prove to anyone because I've already proven (myself).
“Should I push forward? Should I give it a go one more time?
"Or should I just retire and focus on the other things that I already have, other things that I want to get into?”
Wilder knocked Fury down in the first and third fights but he got up to fight on.
But Fury was not concerned by his opponent's famous punch power.
He added: "I fear only God.
"Never worried about fighting any man. And I always expect every heavyweight to carry a massive punch.
"So no. But I was aware that here was a champion with the special capacity to switch off any human with just one hit.
"Some boxers have fantastic chins.
"But my powers of recovery are unique. Deontay's not the first to put me down. But like the others he's found out that I always get up. Always."
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