Tyson Fury has stated that he will not U-turn to boxing

Tyson Fury has stated that he will not U-turn to boxing

Tyson Fury has stated that he will not U-turn to boxing

Tyson Fury insists he has no plans to come back to boxing, despite recent rumours about a retirement comeback.

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  • Tyson Fury insists he has no plans to come back to boxing, despite recent rumours about a retirement comeback.
  • Tyson Fury announced his retirement from boxing after defeating Dillian Whyte in April, and despite persistent rumours of a change of heart, the Gypsy King has insisted that he might not change his mind.
  • Fury’s promoter, Bob Arum, hinted earlier this week at an emphatic return to action for the world heavyweight champion, saying: “Tyson Fury is retired and will remain so until we present him with the next big event, at which point he will unretire.
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Tyson Fury announced his retirement from boxing after defeating Dillian Whyte in April, and despite persistent rumours of a change of heart, the Gypsy King has insisted that he might not change his mind.

Tyson Fury insists he has no plans to come back to boxing, despite recent rumours about a retirement comeback.

After knocking out Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium in April, the 33-year-old told fans he was done and has consistently insisted that there is no chance of a re-think, despite the allure of a title-unification fight against the winner of Anthony Joshua vs. Oleksandr Usyk.

In an Instagram post on Tuesday evening, the Gypsy King reiterated his stance, telling followers that reports of him returning to boxing are “news to me.”

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Fury said while riding an exercise bike: “I just found out today that I’m supposed to be leaving retirement.”

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“That’s brand new to me. I’m staying, as far as I’m concerned. “

Fury’s promoter, Bob Arum, hinted earlier this week at an emphatic return to action for the world heavyweight champion, saying: “Tyson Fury is retired and will remain so until we present him with the next big event, at which point he will unretire.”

“I believe Fury will wait to see how the [Anthony] Joshua fight with [Oleksandr Usyk] goes before deciding whether or not to continue,” Arum added.

“Aside from fighting this same winner of Joshua-Usyk, there really is nothing that Tyson Fury is interested in, so we’ll have to see.”

Despite allegedly hanging his gloves, Fury has yet to relinquish any of his world titles, so fan skepticism is understandable.

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