Tyson Fury’s ‘over’ boxing but could return for 500 500 million

File photo: Boxing - Tyson Fury vs. Dillian White - WBC World Heavyweight Title - Wembley Stadium, London, UK - April 23, 2022

File photo: On April 23, 2022, Tyson Fury celebrates his fight against Dillian White. Action photo by Reuters / Andrew Culdridge

WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury says he has boxed “over” but may be tempted to return to the ring for মিল 500 million ($ 611.20 million).

Fury fired his colleague British Dillian White in April to retain his title before telling fans he would stick to his wife’s promise to retire.

“I’ve won everything, so a fighter can do whatever he wants,” Fury told the Daily Telegraph on Saturday. “But real people are done with fights.

“Boxing – and professional fighting – I’ve got a lot more on it … I’ve done what I was asked to do, I’ve beaten every opponent and been able to make a living after that – isn’t that amazing and one? Nice thing? “

Asked how much money would be needed to persuade him to return, Fury said “500 million pounds”.

“So if anyone wants to give it, I’m sure there are a lot more people out there, then I’ll come back. But until that day, Kaput, I’m out. And if anyone wants to waste half a billion, I think my morality will be tested.

In April, Fury’s wife Paris said Anthony Joshua could return to the undisputed world title fight against the winner of the rematch with 33-year-old Alexander Yusik.

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