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Tyson Fury could have stayed in a wheelchair if he kept fighting

Tyson Fury has explained that he has retired from boxing for Health. And it is that if he had continued fighting, he could have stayed in Wheelcha


Tyson Fury has explained that he has retired from for Health. And it is that if he had continued fighting, he could have stayed in Wheelchair. For this reason, I decided to leave it so as not to be seriously harmed.

“People say, ‘One more, two more. But what if I was in a wheelchair and said, ‘I had four more fights and I had brain damage. I’m the one who gets punched in the head by these guys.’ giant men… I’m serious, people. I’ve had enough and I don’t want to fight anymoreFury pointed out.

Although it is rumored that he could face the winner of Anthony Joshua’s rematch with Oleksandr Usyk, these statements about his physical condition rule out any possibility that Fury get back in the ring.

A retreat in style

The fighter put end of his brilliant career boxing in April, after scoring a sixth-round TKO victory over Dillian Whyte at Wembley.

Just before announcing his retirement, there was no doubt that he could be seen as the undisputed king of boxing. Despite that, the former unified heavyweight champion seems pleased with what he has accomplished in his career.