Tyson Fury Speaks on His Future Boxing Plans | Read
British-born boxer, Tyson Fury who is popularly known as the Gypsy King has given a hint that he might return to the ring.
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Fury had earlier announced after his victory against America's Dillian Whyte in front of a record-breaking 94,000 crowd at the Wembley Stadium in April 2022. The Brit was speaking in an interview with Queensberry Promotions, according to him, if he gets the right money, he will return to the ring.
100%. Just like in the movie when Jerry Maguire shouted 'Show Me The Money. Me and Frank has something spectacular coming but it does not involve Usyk or Joshua, at this moment. I will make a decision on all this but I have only just fought three months ago. I would not be expected to fight until October, November, December anyway. But because I have said I am retiring everyone is on me. Are you really retired? Have a couple more fights' - every single day
The possibility of Fury playing against the winner of Oleksandr Usky and Anthony Joshua is still in the pipe. However, Fury will probably get to fight an exhibition fight before he officially calls it quit.
Fury is undefeated in 33 fights and could miss out on winning the undisputed crown if he decides to retire.