Tyson Fury gave seven days deadline, still afraid to be left to wheelchair

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There is still a lot of hope amongst Tyson Fury fans that he will come out of retirement in the near future, as can often be the case in boxing.

He could potentially fight the winner of Anthony Joshua’s rematch with Oleksandr Usyk.

Recent revelations about his physical condition could cause all of those fans to give up hope about a possible return though as the father of six appears to have very much made up his mind.

“People say, ‘One more, two more’,” Fury said. “But what if I was in a wheelchair and say, ‘I had four more fights guys and got brain damage.’

“I’m the one getting punched in the head by these giant men… I mean it, people. I’ve had enough and I don’t wanna fight no more.”

Just before he announced his retirement, there was no doubt that he was within touching distance of being viewed as the undisputed king of boxing. Despite that, the former unified heavyweight champion appears satisfied with what he has achieved in his career.

“I’ve been on the road for 13 years as a professional, went all over the world and fought the best fighters in the world,” Fury said.

“The Americans, the Africans, the Germans – I fought them all, and all of them fell.

WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has given promoters a seven-day closing date to make an provide for an undisputed heavyweight title bout against WBA, WBO, IBF heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk.

“For all these suitors out there that choose to make the fight, I’m going to give you all seven days till September 1st to come up with the money. If not, thank you very much, it’s been a blast, I’m retired,” Fury stated on social media.

He added, “All gives submitted ought to be to my lawyer Robert Davis in writing with proof of funds. So let the games begin. Boom!”

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