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Tyson Fury talks about post-retirement ambitions and his farewell fight

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The Gypsy King as he is popularly referred to as, Tyson Fury will take on Deontay Wilder a.k.a. Bronze Bomber in what is being talked about as one of the biggest boxing bouts of the present generation. Both these boxers, who fall into the heavyweight elite category, had fought last year too, but that showdown ended up in an anti-climax draw. As a result, Tyson Fury will once again step into the ring with the American, hoping to finish the unfinished business from last time.

Going by the popular boxing free picks and prediction websites, Tyson Fury goes into this fight as a favourite, offered at odds of around 1.6 by many reputed online bookmakers. Wilder on the other hand is being offered at 2.10. No matter what the result of this fight might be, many boxing fans are curious what plans does the Gypsy King have for his future.



Well if you’ve been following Tyson Fury ardently, it might not come as a pleasant news to you that the Brit is contemplating retiring from boxing after taking part in no more than couple more bouts (post the Wilder rematch).

Keen on a Dereck Chisora trilogy

Fury is keen on fighting Anthony Joshua once he’s done with Wilder. Thereafter, he would want a farewell fight against Dereck Chisora, his rival from a very long time. Talking to BT sports in a recently conducted interview, Tyson Fury informed that he has promised Dereck Chisora, his old pal, that he will have a farewell fight against him. Hence, he might go ahead and make that Old Trafford fight happen soon. And once that’s done, it would be curtains on his fantastic career.

Post-retirement ambitions

Tyson Fury is of the opinion that just because someone has been an excellent boxer doesn’t automatically make him an excellent trainer too. He firmly believes that he doesn’t have that keen eye required to be a good boxing trainer. He clarified that being a boxing trainer is also not something that he’d be particularly interested in as he doesn’t think he’s got what it takes to be one.



Fury doesn’t wish to manage any fighters too. He believes that there are several good boxing managers out there today, and he doesn’t want to be one of them. One thing he is particularly interested in is helping out young children by providing them with the best opportunities to accomplish great things in their lives. He said that provided he emerges from the Wilder fight in one piece and with all his faculties in order, his ambition is to start a boxing gym and provide the local children with an opportunity to create something meaningful from their lives.

If Tyson Fury has to realise his retirement fight dreams, he will need to get through couple of biggest boxing bouts of his career. It’s these two fights which will decide the best heavyweight fighter of the present generation. And once he’s done that, it would be an excellent feat for the British boxer to say goodbye to the sport with all major titles resting safe on his shoulders.




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