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On-off Tyson Fury confirms what we already knew

Tyson Fury confirmed what everybody knew all along. He will fight again in the future and has no intentions of retiring anytime soon.

World Boxing News has never removed Fury from the WBN Pound for Pound Rankings or dropped him from holding the WBC heavyweight title.

Therefore, it was not a severe consideration to Tyson Fury.

Frank Warren released an exclusive interview with Fury on Tuesday outling that another UK fight could be in the offing.

Queensberry said: “Tyson Fury gave the strongest hint yet that his fighting days were not behind him when he took the hot seat for a digital get-together with his promoter Frank Warren for the latest UniBet Lowdown episode.

“The world’s No.1 heavyweight floated the idea of retirement before and after his crowning glory at Wembley Stadium, where he knocked out the Interim champion Dillian Whyte to retain his WBC world championship in front of 94,000 adoring fans.

“But it seems he might not be done just yet and, in a wide-ranging interview for the Queensberry YouTube channel, the Gypsy King reveals that himself and Frank Warren are formulating plans for another memorable night or two in the months to come.


Warren himself added: “We’re talking about various scenarios. Something will come out of it. We could announce fairly soon.

“Frank, show me the money,” added Tyson. “The Magic Man will show me the money, and we will make something big, big, big happen.”

Possible opponents include Joe Joyce, Martin Bakole, and a potential rematch with Otto Wallin.

Anyone in the current World Boxing Council Top 15 ratings is a consideration for Fury right now.

Whatever happens, it’s likely to be a fight in an arena for Fury rather than another stadium show.

The opponents are not there to pull off another 90,000-plus mega-show.

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