“Ain’t getting beat for a long time”- John Fury hints a possible return for Tyson Fury as he showcases his shadowboxing skills in France

Tyson fury's father, John Fury, has claimed that his son won't be losing anytime soon and hints at possible comeback despite taking retirement.

John-Fury
John Fury

Tyson Fury has shared a video of him shadow boxing in France on his social media handle. His father John Fury believes Tyson will not be defeated for a long time. Tyson announced his retirement from boxing after defeating Dillian Whyte on 23rd April 2022.

Tyson is one of the greatest Heavyweight boxers in the history of boxing and has an undefeated professional record of 32 wins and 1 draw. Tyson defended his WBC title for the sixth time against Dillian Whyte. Fury announced his retirement from the sport and has denied fighting other heavyweight boxers like Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk.

Tyson recently posted a shadowboxing video on Twitter with the caption: “SOUTH OF FRANCE. 2022. 1 of the most beautiful places on earth. BLESSED.”

Despite Tyson’s claims of not returning to Boxing, his father John Fury claims that Tyson might return to the ring even after announcing his retirement and will stay unbeaten for a very long time. In an interview with SPORTbible, John said: “He just can’t stop training this man he can’t get enough of it. Nearly 34 in August and he is still on fire; he won’t be getting beaten for a long time, this man. At the end of the day, when he goes home, the dust has settled and there’s nothing happening. He’ll get bored.”

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Drunk Tyson Fury kicks a taxi after a night of ‘strong beer’

Tyson Fury
Tyson Fury

Tyson Fury and his family are enjoying their holidays in France after winning a fight against Dillian Whyte. Tyson earned a staggering amount of 26.2 million pounds and the Fury family is looking to enjoy their hard-earned fruit.

The Fury family is seen showing interest in French culture and particularly the notoriously strong continental lager. Tyson Fury was seen in an altercation with taxi driver in France and was appearing to be in a drunken state. In a video that surfaced on Wednesday, Tyson and John were seen walking on a road with the champion looking slightly worse for wear.

Tyson talked about the incident a day after the altercation and said that he consumed a beer and it was a strong beer. John also agreed and claimed it was the strongest he ever had.

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