Tyson Fury will come out of retirement if Anthony Joshua is beaten again

Tyson Fury has confirmed he will come out of retirement for one final match – but it won't be against long-term rival Anthony Joshua.

Joshua was on course to unifying the heavyweight division before he dropped the belts to Oleksandr Usyk last September. Usyk had moved up to the heavyweight division after unifying the cruiserweight division – earning him a heavyweight title shot.

And with Joshua set for a rematch with Usyk – Fury has made the staggering claim he'll return to the ring if the Ukrainian wins. The Gypsy King has vowed to show Joshua how to deal with a 'middleweight'.

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Speaking to talkSPORT, he said: "I’d train him [Joshua] to beat Usyk very easy, but he doesn’t want my help because I would definitely train him to win and he obviously don’t wanna win.

“I wouldn’t tell you [the game plan] because that’s giving the secrets away. But probably you’ll see what I’ll do. Because when this little middleweight batters the bodybuilder again, he’s gonna lose again, then they’re gonna call for Achilles to come out.

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“They will call and groan for Achilles to come back. And I’m gonna say, ‘Get f***ed, I’m retired, I don’t wanna fight.’ And then, when they’re begging me to come out of retirement, I will return, but it’s gonna be very costly, like I said. And I’ll show you how to deal with a middleweight.”

The announcement comes just days after Fury revealed the reason for hanging up his gloves after his win against Dillian Whyte.

Fury revealed he thought he had brain damage following his trilogy bout with Deontay Wilder.


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