Tyson Fury reaffirmed his retirement from boxing in a statement on his social media accounts, saying “have a nice trip” to boxing on his 34th birthday.
Fury announced he would retire from the sport after defeating Dillian White to retain his WBC title at Wembley Stadium in London in April.
But in June, ‘The Gipsy King’ stressed that he would need ‘big pockets’ for a possible unification fight with Anthony Joshua or Oleksandr Usyk, but was ‘100 percent’ back in the ring. announced.
Just two days ago, Fury announced he would be returning to the ring with his sights set on a third bout with Derek Chisora.
But Fury now seems to be calling it a good day, posting: Say Bon Voyage. ”
His UK promoter Frank Warren was consistently optimistic that he would return.
“I talk to him all the time. If he wants to fight, he will fight. I’m not going to seduce him because if he needs it, he shouldn’t fight.” Because of that,” said Warren. sky sports“It has to come from him and his heart.
“Would you expect to see Tyson in the ring? [again]I do so because I think he’s a fighting man.
Warren can only see that enthusiasm for Fury’s return continues to grow. promoter said.
“He’s in another class, and he does what he wants.”
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