TYSON FURY wore a gold Rolex watch worth around £60,000 ahead of facing Dillian Whyte.
The clock is ticking to the highly anticipated first bell – which will likely ring around 10.30pm on Saturday night at Wembley.
And with plenty of commitments this week – including an open workout, media interviews and the weigh-in – Fury is making sure he has no excuse to be late with the luxury timepiece.
The 18ct gold number is thought to be complete with diamonds around the face – although that may be a different one in his collection.
Today's watch – with the black face – paired expertly with the custom black and gold suit he wore for the media day at Wembley.
It is just one of a series of expensive items the WBC heavyweight world champ has been able to buy thanks to his multi-million-pound career earnings.
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He owns a host of cars including Ferraris, Rolls-Royces and Range Rovers.
Fury also has a bonkers Marbella mansion and a wacky, wild wardrobe stuffed full of designer brands in his portfolio.
The Morecambe hero previously even hinted he would give the diamond-encrusted Rolex to whoever beats him in the ring.
But the Gypsy King is planning to call time on his boxing career this weekend after the Whyte fight, so he looks on course to keep hold of the watch for good if he maintains his undefeated streak.
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Fury said: "I'm happy to go back to Morecambe and be left alone.
"I'm gonna delete my Instagram, I'm getting away from being a 'star'.
"I want to be left alone to live my normal little life, pathetic life I live in Morecambe Bay – going to school, taking out the bins, getting a haircut, valeting the car, going out once a week and training every day.
"Win, lose or draw on Saturday night they'll be no more fights."
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