Tyson Fury has retaliated against those who questioned his decision to withdraw from boxing. Fury asserts that he no longer loves the sport and instead wants to put his family first and isn’t bothered about infuriating fans.
In a recent interview for iFL TV, he talks about the reaction received that surrounds his retirement. Fury says, “I’m all out of getting punched in the face for a few quid. Got plenty of money, still got my faculties and brains about me. Six kids and a wife to look after. So, if anyone wants to criticise me for that, they can go s*** my b*** basically.”
The Gypsy King recently defeated Dillian Whyte by spectacular knockout in front of, what was a record-breaking, 94,000 spectators at Wembley Stadium. Shortly, Fury declared his retirement from boxing after successfully defending his WBC Heavyweight Championship.
“A Diva”, Tyson Fury says that Anthony Joshua missed his opportunity
Tyson Fury provided a critical assessment of Anthony Joshua’s career in the same interview for iFL TV ahead of his rematch with unified champion Oleksandr Usyk that is to take place in the month of August.
Fury, who has claimed to be retired, was supposedly going to fight against the winner of Joshua’s rematch with Usyk. Due to those rumors he discusses about Joshua, who has actually sought to fight the champ before.
Tyson tells in his interview, “Joshua tried to make that fight six times at least in my memory in the past five years and has been unsuccessful every single time because you’re messing with a diva who doesn’t want to fight.”
On the possibility of him fighting Anthony, Fury says, “That bird has flown, I am the undefeated heavyweight king, no man can ever lace my boots and come close to me. Not even the greats of the past eras.”