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Tyson Fury says he will retire after fighting Wyatt

Tyson Fury says he will retire after fighting Wyatt

Britain’s Tyson Fury, the WBC world heavyweight champion, has said he will retire after his April 23 fight against fellow countryman Dillian White in London to defend his title, believing he doesn’t have “There is nothing left to prove.”.

Everyone was dreaming, in the event of a win over Wyatt, of facing the reunification of the title against the winner of the rematch between compatriot Anthony Joshua and Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk who robbed him of the WBA, IBF and WBO belts last September. But on the sidelines of an event in London on Tuesday to present his fight on April 23, Fury confirmed that he will be ‘completely retired’ After confronting Wyatt.

Fury says he has “nothing left to prove”

“What I want to do after boxing is relax on the beach, drink piña colada, drive Ferraris and live on a boat, period. That’s what I’ll do ‘,” the 33-year-old boxer insisted. Asked about his ambitions to standardize belts, the ‘Gypsy King’, the nickname he gave himself, replied that “Twice undefeated world champion, (which he had) 150 million days (son) A bank account and nothing left to prove to anyone. »