TYSON FURY has revealed he still shops at Asda despite his staggering net worth.
According to Forbes, the Gypsy King is worth just over £50million thanks to his reign as WBC heavyweight champion.
The British boxer has yet to taste defeat as a professional, with his record standing at 33-0-1.
His second and third bout against Wilder and the Whyte rematch alone reportedly earned Fury him £70million.
Despite his net worth, though, Fury has revealed is always looking for a deal as he prepares to return to the ring on Saturday.
The 35-year-old is set to face former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou in Saudi Arabia.
Speaking during fight week, he explained why he still chooses to shop at low-budget supermarkets.
“Where do rich people shop?” Fury told IFLTV. “Is there a rich person shop, like, ‘I’m only shopping here because its for rich people. I don’t think so.
“I think I’ve tightened my belt in the last five years I would say. Years ago, I’d buy expensive things, enjoy expensive things. Now I won’t because I don’t think I deserve them.
“Hughie goes on at me about it. I love the cheap Asda chocolate fingers instead of the Cadbury’s ones. I’ll have all the stuff like that, not the real cans of Coke. I like fake ones.
“I don’t know why because I can spend the money I’ve got really, its just me. It’s just the way I am. I’m always looking for a deal.
He continued: “I’d rather get five chocolate bars for £1.20 than a single one. Even though I’ll eat all five and I don’t want to because its what’s been bred in me. Once a poor man, always a poor man.
“You never leave it, ever. I love Asda because its always got good deals on. Shout out Asda. A can of Cokes might be £10.50 but then they’re on sale for four quid, but I’d never buy them if they were £10.50.”