No retirement for Tyson Fury, yet.

A Joshua Fury bout remains a possibility, read the article to find out why
Published on Apr 25, 2022, 9:41:19 AM
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There has been another twist to Tyson’s Fury retirement announcement after his convincing win on Dillian Whyte last Saturday. The fight, which took place in front of an audience of more than 94,000 at Wembley stadium in London, was a one-sided yet very exciting display as it once again highlighted Fury’s absolute and unmatched dominance in the heavyweight division. The Brit had dominated the fight from the opening bell and knocked down White in brutal fashion in the 6th round from which he never recovered.

Whilst Fury had been expected to announce his retirement after an incredibly impressive run of fights and his British rival Anthony Joshua not posing a serious threat anymore because of a drop in form, Fury received the green light from his wife yesterday to fight Josh or Usyk to unify the heavyweight division.

The Daily Telegraph came out with an exclusive report yesterday that Fury is set to visit US promoter Bob Arum in Las Vegas next month to discuss this opportunity further. Both fighters still have two fights remaining on their American agreement so the door to Fury's return into the ring remains wide open.

 Stay tuned as this story unfolds over the coming weeks.


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