Stars in crowd for Fury vs Wilder fight including Vince Vaughn, Magic Johnson and Tyson’s wife Paris

STARS of sport and Hollywood flocked to watch the long-awaited third fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas.

Heavyweight star Andy Ruiz Jr, who recently revealed a massive tattoo over his back and bum, was in the crowd at the T Mobile Arena wearing a white leather jacket.

Magic Johnson joined the boxing fans to see Fury vs Wilder
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Andy Ruiz Jr wore a white leather jacket to watch his rivals Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder[/caption]

NBA legend Magic Johnson, 62, was spotted joining in with the singing of the American national anthem before the main event.

His former LA Lakers team-mate Shaquille O’Neale, 49, was in the crowd of 20,000 in the arena.

One fan on Twitter joked you wouldn’t want to have bought a ticket a behind 7ft 1in Shaq.

Sports fan @wardy1700 wrote: “Could you imagine getting a seat, near ringside at the #FuryWilder3 fight and realizing you are directly behind @SHAQ?”

Movie stars were also ringside for the biggest fight of the year.

Jeremy Renner, 48, famous for playing Hawkeye in the Avenger movies, was also in Vegas for the big fight.

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Magic `Johnson is interviewed by talkSPORT before the fight[/caption]


Shaquille O’Neal poses for a photo with Avengers star Jeremy Renner[/caption]

Tyson Fury’s wife Paris watches from ringside in Las Vegas
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A fan took a quick photo of movie star Vince Vaughn taking his seat[/caption]


Rapper Wiz Khalifa is seen in the stands T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas,[/caption]

He posed for photos with Shaq before the main event got started.

Comedy actor Vince Vaughn, 51, – who starred in Wedding Crashers and Dodgeball – was spotted by another fan.

Rapper Wiz Khalifa was was also in the stands along with Cedric the Entertainer.

Fellow movie stars Michael B. Jordan and Michael J. Fox were reportedly among those to have bagged tickets for the T-Mobile Arena fight.

Fellow boxers Shakur Stevenson and Terence Crawford were watching their boxing counterparts battle it out.


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