There has been recent speculation that Tyson Fury could retire.
Fury’s huge undisputed clash with Oleksandr Usyk has been moved for a second time after the ‘The Gypsy King’ was cut in sparring.
And former world champion, George Groves has explained why he thinks we may have seen the WBC heavyweight champion for last time.
Speaking to IFL TV, Groves said: “There are all these stories Fury’s had a terrible camp, he’s been dropped in camp, he’s past it, the Ngannou fight shows where he’s at.
“Well, what if he’s had a great camp, he’s high flying, he’s going to show the world what he’s capable of and beat this Ukrainian guy to get the belts, then he gets cut.
“That’s going to be even harder to get over mentally and emotionally than having a stinker of a camp and trying to turn it round… so we might never see Fury fight again, who knows.”
Fury himself has dismissed any notion of retirement and recently uploaded a video to lay out his future plans.
Tyson Fury lays out his future plans. pic.twitter.com/Eczwh3nRBD
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