Tyson Fury has revealed he has no plans to retire after fights with Francis Ngannou and Oleksandr Usyk.
The WBC heavyweight champion has two fights already lined up with the huge crossover event with Francis Ngannou just eight days away. Then after that he’ll hopefully face Ukrainian heavyweight king, Usyk in a battle for undisputed supremacy.
And the Gypsy King has boldly declared he plans to sign a ‘ten-fight’ deal after these fights.
He told ESPN:
“I’m looking to sign another ten-fight deal after this.
“I’m going to put my feelers out there and see who I can get the best deal off for another ten fights.
“What else is there? I retire, plenty of money, plenty of achievement, whatever.
“35 (years old)… What am I going to do?
“This makes me f***ing happy, fighting. This is all I’ve ever done and all that’s ever made me happy.
“So it’d be stupid now to walk away from it when I’m making millions of dollars and getting loads of joy from it as well.”
He continued making a comparison between his next two opponents: “A lot of people are on about this undisputed fight, fantastic.”
“But I have a much more dangerous person to deal with next Saturday than I do after for the undisputed fight, I believe.
“Because Francis is a bigger man, stronger, more powerful and has knockout capability.
“As we’ve seen with Oleksandr Usyk, he doesn’t really do much damage to people he hits.”
“So you could probably let Usyk punch you all about the head and he’ll give you a black eye.
“If you let Ngannou punch you all about the head, he’s probably going to rattle your brain for you.”