Tyson Fury says he will ‘100%’ return to boxing ring at some point
WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury says he will eventually return to boxing at ‘100%’, hinting that it could be easy to face Anthony Joshua-Oleksandr Usyk for the right prize.
The 33-year-old offered to retire to defend his title after defeating Dillian Whyte in front of 94,000 fans at Wembley Stadium in April.
But on Tuesday he said he was planning “big things”.
“We have exciting news,” he said.
In an interview with Queensbury Promotions, when asked if he could return to the arena in the future, Fury replied: “100%. Like Jerry Maguire’s ‘Give me money!’
Fury’s promoter Frank Warren said he recently spoke with the British boxer about returning to the ring.
A demo fight was considered a possibility, as Fury was involved in a cross-country fight with UFC heavyweight champion Francis Nagano.
“Frank and I have some great things going on, but it has nothing to do with Osc or Joshua right now,” Fury said.
I’ll decide everything, but I only fought three months ago. Anyway, I do not expect to fight until October, November and December.
“But because I said I’m retired, everyone was with me,” he said. “Are you really retired? I” fight every day. ”
While Fiori said a fight with Usyk or Joshua was not in his immediate plans, he did not rule it out later.
Fury is unbeaten in 33 games and his retirement will result in him missing the battle for the undisputed crown and strengthening England’s all-time heavyweight position.
Usyk currently holds four more world heavyweight titles, which he will defend against Joshua this year.
After the fight, Fury said it might be possible to fight the winner, but it would take a lot of money to cheat him.
“My message to anyone who wants this fight is: You should have a big checkbook,” he said.
“Because it would be expensive to retire the big jack to save the country.
“I’m a professional boxer and I’m fighting for prizes, but when you want me to do work for that mediocre weight and show them what real heavy weights do to them, it’s getting expensive.
“It’s going to be expensive and they need deep pockets and then we can talk.”