Tyson Fury: ‘No amount of money will get me out of retirement’

Fury had announced in advance that this match, won by K.-O. on the sixth round in front of 94,000 spectators, would be his last. But no sooner was it over than rumors began to swirl about a possible comeback against the Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk, holder of the WBA, IBF and WBO belts or against the other Briton Anthony Joshua.

“I wanted to go to the top, with a bang. Nearly 100,000 people at Wembley, a victory by K.-O. : we will not forget the Gypsy King (the gypsy king) anytime soon, and no amount of material goods or money will bring me out of retirement because I am happy,” did he declare.

“I have I don’t know how many belts and a lot of money. I have success, fame, glory. What more could I have? »

“It’s the truth, the truth of the Gospel, nothing but the truth, I’m done”, he assured. “I am happy and healthy, I still have my head, I can talk, I have a beautiful wife and six children. I have I don’t know how many belts and a lot of money. I have success, fame, glory. What more could I have? », asserted the boxer.

“Boxing is a very dangerous sport. You can be ejected in one fell swoop, as we saw on Saturday night,” continued the Briton, who blasted Whyte with an uppercut. “One blow may be enough to make you no longer get up from the mat. »

“I leave while being at the top. I am undefeated and only the second world heavyweight champion in history to retire undefeated”

“I leave while being at the top. I am undefeated and only the second world heavyweight champion in history to retire undefeated. It’s not a question of money. For many people, all that matters is money, more and more. I have enough money for everything I need,” he added.

“I have been traveling all over the world for boxing for ten years. When am I going to take the time to be a father and a husband, a brother, a son? I need to have time for myself”, said Fury, whose record is 32 wins and a draw.

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