Tyson Fury reveals retirement in a video with promoter Frank Warren – ‘Show me the money!’ | Boxing news

Tyson Fury said he would “100 percent” return to the ring, but “big pockets” were needed for a possible reunion against Anthony Joshua or Oleksander Usyk.

The 33-year-old has repeatedly said he is retiring after successfully defending his WBC World Heavyweight crown in April when he stopped Dillian Whyte in the sixth round at Wembley.

Since then, however, rumors have spread of a possible return, and Fury – who has not yet left the WBC belt – indicated that the big revelation would come soon after sitting in talks with promoter Frank Warren last week.

“We have very exciting news, I think the world has been waiting for our action plan,” Fury told Queensberry’s. YouTube channel.

“We had a nice piece of Italian down in London, we had a long conversation about a lot of things and … Frank, do you want to take it from here?”

Warren added: “We looked at several scenarios. Today I spoke to Tyson again and we hope to come up with something Tyson wants to do. We talked about different scenarios.

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“Maybe an exhibition match, we don’t know. Some of it will come out. One day Tyson will be happy, then I’ll be happy and whatever he will be.

“Of course, there are a lot of things to talk about and the public will want to see Tyson Fury back in the ring where he is king. I want to see that.”

“I understand where Tyson is and what he said, people will retire and come back in a few years, I like guys who fight when they’re in their prime, and for me Tyson Fury isn’t in their prime.” [yet]. That last performance was something else, but we’ll talk well and I’m sure we’ll have some good news that we can announce soon. “

Asked if it meant he would return in some form or form, Fury replied, “One hundred percent, as Jerry Maguire said, Frank, show me the money!”

“If anyone can show me money, I called Frank Warren years ago, I called him ‘Magic Man.’ Because if he can bring someone back from the dead, like he did to me, he must have magic.”

“We’ll do something big, big.”

Warren added, “We did it together. You can work incredibly with this man.”

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The prospect that Fury would face the winner of Joshua’s retaliatory match with Usyk in the unification match was indicated, but Fury said it would be expensive to face the “middleweight” or “bodybuilder.”

“There’s something we should be really excited about, but at the moment it’s not about Usyk or Joshua,” Fury said.

“I will decide all this. I only fought now, not even three months ago. Even so, I would not be expected to fight until October, November, December.”

“I have no responsibilities, no one is forcing me to do anything.

“When this middleweight eliminates this bodybuilder again, there will be only one man to solve this absolute circus, right?

“What I would say to people who want this fight to happen, you should have a big checkbook, because getting a big ‘GK’ (gypsy king) out of retirement and redeeming this country, it will cost.

“I’m a fighter for prizes and I’m fighting for prizes, but it will be worth it if you want me to do a mission in this middleweight and show you what a real heavyweight does to him.

“It will be expensive, you will have to have big pockets and then we can talk. [they fight]I will stay in Morecambe and train like crazy. “

Asked about his training regimen, Fury said, “I train twice a day every day. I run in the morning and I do dumbbells and boxing in the evening. It’s not for any particular reason, just to be fit, healthy and mentally fit.” .

“I enjoy life, I run and I sparring, that’s my way of enjoying life. Sometimes I have a few beers. I acted like an idiot abroad, like all of us, in Miami.” I’m very happy and still busy. “

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