Fury’s Future Fights: A Stellar Lineup
Tyson Fury has laid out an ambitious plan for his career post the much-anticipated clash with Oleksandr Usyk in Saudi Arabia on May 18. Having navigated a series of challenges, including a controversial win over Francis Ngannou, Fury is not entertaining thoughts of retirement. At 35, “The Gypsy King” aims to assert his dominance as the heavyweight GOAT by taking on heavyweights like Anthony Joshua and Ngannou again, promising at least five more high-caliber bouts.
Fury’s commitment shines through despite the skepticism following his recent performances and calls for retirement. He insists on facing Usyk twice for the undisputed title and is eager for confrontations with Joshua and Ngannou, underscoring his determination to remain at the pinnacle of boxing.
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The Fury vs. Usyk bout is poised to be a historic event, marking the first time since 2002 that the heavyweight division will crown an undisputed champion. This fight not only defines their careers but also the landscape of heavyweight boxing.
“I will not retire at all.” – Tyson Fury
“So there are five fights as appetizers.” – Tyson Fury
“In the best shape of my life at 35 years old.” – Tyson Fury