Fury Announced His Retirement on his 34 years birthday; British heavyweight Tyson Fury has crowned World Boxing Council (WCC) on Friday and announced his retirement on the day of his 34-year-old birthday, following doubts about his future on the circuit.
“After a long hesitation, I finally decided to retire on my 34th birthday (12 August 1988). I wish you a happy trip”.
Fury Al-Makneh “Gipsy King” (Gypsy King) posted in a video via his Twitter account that he wanted to return to the rings to challenge compatriot Derek Chisora (33 wins to 12 defeats), who had beaten him twice.
The Brit explained the decision to return with his ability “to be the first heavyweight champion to get two hats in his favor (a series of three gaffes against the rival himself). one against Deontay Wilder (won) and the other against Derek Chisora “.
However, his recent remarks contradicted what he had made in the spring before his knockout victory over American Dillian Whyte for the World Boxing Council heavyweight title in the sixth round of the landing at Wembley Stadium in London.
Fury announced in March before landing the World Boxing Council heavyweight title that he wanted to retire because “I own 150 million euros in the bank, and I have nothing to prove”.
Fury’s record is free of losing 33 professional laps in his career, with one win ending in a draw against Deontay Wilder of the United States in 2018.