He may have been mouthing off about the judges' decision going against his cousin, but that hasn't stopped controversial boxer Tyson Fury from partying with Joseph Parker and his team after the Kiwi heavyweight retained his WBO title.
Hughie Fury and his team were stunned they lost yesterday's bout in Manchester after the judges awarded Parker a majority decision win, scoring the fight 114-114, 118-110 and 118-110.
Fury's promoter Mick Hennessy went as far as saying the result was a "conspiracy" against his fighter and that he was going to protest.
Despite the dramas and his own mouthing off in the ring when Parker's hand was raised by the ref, Tyson Fury was snapped celebrating with the reigning champ and his brother John after the fight.
The Parker brothers and Fury flexed their muscles while posing for a camera with the picture later making its way to John's Instagram.
"Former, current and future champions," the younger Parker captioned the picture.
It wasn't as joyous for Hughie or his father and trainer Peter Fury who was certain his son had won the fight.
Speaking after the fight, Peter Fury told media that a rematch was the fairest option for both sides to determine the true winner.
"They should be fair enough to give my son a rematch," Peter Fury said.
"He's been robbed here today."
That demand was met by the defeated fighter on Twitter.
"@joeboxerparker, Congratulations on the fight last night. Many believe you didn't win the fight ' inc me. Hope you give me the rematch," Hughie said on Twitter.