Tyson Fury doesn’t want to come out of retirement but would consider it at £500million
Tyson Fury insists he doesn’t want to come out of retirement and that he’s ‘not going to get punched in the face for a few pounds’…although admitting ‘everyone has a price’ and would return to the ring at £500 against anyone million
- Tyson Fury announced his retirement after taking out Dillian Whyte in April
- The Gypsy King Still Won’t Retire Two Months Later
- However, he has insisted that he would fight anyone if he was offered £500 million
Tyson Fury has no plans to reverse his decision to quit boxing but has admitted he would consider returning to the ring if he were to receive a whopping £500million.
The Gypsy King made the decision to hang up his gloves after knocking out Dillian Whyte in front of a packed crowd at Wembley in April.
Many are questioning Fury’s claims that he is done with the sport, and since his win over Whyte, there have been several questions about whether he would return to the ring.
Tyson Fury Doesn’t Want To Come Out Of Retirement But Would Consider It At The Right Price
The Gypsy King Says He ‘Hasn’t Been Hit On The Head At All For A Few Pounds’
In an interview with iFL TV, Fury has lashed out at people who have criticized him for retiring from the sport.
He said: ‘I’m all out of getting slapped in the face for a few pounds.
“I have a lot of money, still have my faculties and brains over me. Six kids and a wife to take care of.
“So if someone wants to criticize me for that, they can basically start sucking my balls.”
Fury insisted he doesn’t want to go back to the ring, but would step down if he were offered £500 million.
Fury said he would fight the winner Oleksandr Usyk and Anthony Joshua for £500m
He said, ‘Everything is for sale, everything has a price. At £500 million, my prize is.
‘If someone is willing to pay that, I’ll gladly give them what they want. But I don’t want to get out of retirement and I’ve put a huge number on it.
“If someone wants to pay it, they know where to go. Contact me, hello to your boy.’
Fury recently told Good Morning Britain that he would like £500 million to fight the winner of Anthony Joshua’s rematch with Oleksandr Usyk.
The rematch has been confirmed to take place on August 20 in Saudi Arabia.
Fury decided to pull out of the ring after his knockout win over Dillian Whyte in April
When asked if it would depend on who the opponent is to make his comeback, Fury replied: “It’s not ‘who’ it’s ‘how much’ and that’s £500 million.”
He then joked, ‘If I were a multi-billionaire and I wanted to put Tyson Fury against Pudsey the Bear in my front yard on a Tuesday afternoon, guess what, I’d do it.
“There are people with that kind of money and if they want it, they can. I will fight the daughter of the goldfish of their cousin’s best friend. I do not give a hoot.’