The real reasons behind Tyson Fury's retirement

 

You need to know that not too long ago, the undefeated heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury has clarified the reason for his decision to leave the boxing ring.

BAse on his stats, He is a boxer who has never lost a fight in 33 fights in the professional tournament. At the end of April, after the knockout victory over Dillian Whyte, the WBC title holder with The Ring announced the retirement of his gloves.

Gypsy King clearly defeated Whyte in the "final" professional fight.

When celebrating his wins over Whyte, the "Gypsy King" recently attended an event at the Rainton Arena Houghton in England. Also in this event, and the 33-year-old star revealed the reason why he decided to retire despite being at his peak.

As he added “People always say 'One more game, two more'. But maybe I'll have to sit in a wheelchair and say 'Hey guys, I have four games left and my brain is hurting'. I'm the one getting punched in the head by those giants, folks. I've had enough and I don't want to play anymore." – a reliable source quotes the British champion.

Another amazing thing is that before, Fury mentioned that he would wait for the results of the rematch between Oleksandr Usyk and Anthony Joshua, then decide whether he would agree on the title with the winner.

Tyson Fury quit fighting for fear of brain damage.

To be more firm, the legendary boxer has a habit of changing his mind about everything, so the "Gypsy King" statement is not surprising. and the WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman also admitted that he would give Fury some time to "rest with his family" before deciding on his future.

No too long ago, the 33-year-old boxer was linked to a WWE event held in September. If participating, it is also not the first time Fury appears in this sport. In 2019, the mister entered the match with Braun Strauman.

To add to that, the potential boxing match between Fury and UFC champion Francis Ngannou is also of great interest to fans. Both have shown interest in this match and if they reach an agreement, it will most likely take place next year.