Boxing: Sensational resignation from retirement? Tyson Fury Wants Biggest Fight Ever!

Boxing: Sensational resignation from retirement?  Tyson Fury Wants Biggest Fight Ever!
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It would be a sensation – will Tyson Fury (33) return from the box pension?

Shortly after his triumphant knockout victory over Dillian Whyte (34) at Wembley Stadium in April, the English heavyweight world champion announced the end of his active career.

Fury then said just minutes after the fight ended: “I’ve accomplished everything I ever wanted to accomplish. I’ll be the second heavyweight in history, after Rocky Marciano, to retire undefeated. I was unbeatable in that game.” His record: 33 fights, 32 wins (including 23 by knockout) and one draw.

Fury wants biggest fight ever!

But now the “Gypsy King” is being lured out of retirement again – with a possible fight in Saudi Arabia against Anthony Joshua (32) and a mega fee!

Fury, father of six, said: “I’m going to 100 percent go back in the ring, just like in the movie when Jerry Maguire yelled, ‘Show me the money!’ If anyone can show me the money, it’s Frank Warren. I call him the Magic Man and we’re going to make big, big things happen.”

And further: “If you want me, it will cost something.”

Experts predict promoter Frank Warren, 70, who is already said to be working on a secret deal, will demand £200m for a showdown with Joshua – provided he defeats Ukraine’s Oleksandr Usyk (35 ).

Boxer Anthony JoshuaPhoto: Zac Goodwin/dpa

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Boxer Anthony Joshua Photo: Zac Goodwin/dpa

Usyk defeated Joshua in London last year and snatched the WBA, WBO and IBF world championship belts from “AJ”. A contractually agreed revenge is to take place in the summer, which media reports say will take place in Saudi Arabia.

A ring source close to the Fury camp told The Sun: “There was talk of a two-fight deal worth £200m shared between Fury and Joshua – and it could still happen. But that kind of money will only be generated if Joshua defeats Usyk.”

Continued: “It would be a true Battle of Britain and would bring in a huge pay-per-view deal, with one fight at Wembley and the other probably in Saudi Arabia. If Usyk wins the prize money will be closer to £100m.”

In any case, Fury is already burning for his comeback. He said: “I train twice a day, every day, running in the morning and weights and boxing in the evening. I enjoy running a minimum of four miles and a maximum of six miles, and I spar and box.”

Next: “I’m a prizefighter and I fight for prizes, but it gets expensive if you want me. Until then, the Big Mac stays in Morecambe, working out like a madman, getting his hair cut and shaved on Mondays, washing his car on Tuesdays, taking out the rubbish on Wednesdays and working out every day.”

So Fury is ready to return from boxing retirement…


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