After defeating Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury says, “I don’t know whether I need to fight any more.”

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After defeating Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury says, “I don’t know whether I need to fight any more.”

After knocking out Deontay Wilder in their trilogy fight, TYSON FURY has hinted that he may retire soon.

After defeating the Bronze Bomber in Las Vegas, the 33-year-old defended his WBC heavyweight title for the first time over the weekend.

In their third fight, Fury, who was knocked out twice in the fourth round of their epic fight, sent his American opponent to the ground three times.

Despite being connected with fights against Anthony Joshua, Oleksandr Usyk, and Dillian Whyte, the Gypsy King has said he is unsure what the future holds for him.

“I don’t know what’s going to happen,” he told the Telegraph.

“I have one fight left on my Top Rank and ESPN deal, and we’ll see what that is.”

“But right now, I’m not thinking about boxing.” I’m not sure how many fights I have left.

“I’m not sure I need to fight any longer.” “I have no idea what the future holds.” GET OVER £2,000 IN NEW CUSTOMER DEALS WITH FREE BETS “It’s not money or a million title defenses,” he said when asked about his drive.

“I’m motivated to get up early in the morning, do some training, and enjoy my day.”

“I don’t have any boxing objectives; I’ve done it all and won it all, the only person in my period to do so.”

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“It doesn’t matter how many belts you have, who you beat, or what your record is once you’re done. I’ve always thought of you as simply another bare-bottomed douchebag in the shower.

“Enjoy it while it lasts because once it’s gone, it’s gone forever.” Even victories and fame fade away, and you eventually become just another person and a has-been.” Fury’s mandatory challenger is fellow Brit Whyte, and the Body Snatcher’s promoter Eddie Hearn is eager for him to win his first world title chance.

Carl Froch, on the other hand, isn’t sure whether Fury will fight again, saying that he wouldn’t be surprised if the unbeaten Mancunian hung up his gloves.

“There is nothing left for him to do,” he said in his Sky Sports column. I wouldn’t be surprised if he announced his retirement.

“I wouldn’t be surprised if Fury says, ‘I have done my bit and now I am through,’ depending on how much he loves the sport and how much he wants to get in there and do it all over again.”

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