Tyson Fury will return to the ring just for a title unification bout, his spouse Paris mentioned after “The Gypsy King” retained the WBC heavyweight world championship with a technical knockout win over Dillian Whyte in what he referred to as his last battle.
Fury, who landed a proper uppercut to deck Whyte within the sixth spherical at a sold-out Wembley Stadium, mentioned after the battle that he could be sticking to his promise to his spouse Paris to retire.
However Paris mentioned the 33-year-old would possibly return for an undisputed world title battle in opposition to the winner of Anthony Joshua’s rematch with Oleksandr Usyk. Usyk beat Joshua in September to assert the WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO belts.
“I would love him to return out now. He has nothing extra to show,” Paris instructed BT Sport. “If he had something left to do, I’d say ‘Yeah Tyson, you do it’. However he has nothing to show.
“So except he actually needs to field on, and if he’s simply doing for no matter cash, fame, he doesn’t want that. He’s probably the most well-known man on the planet tonight.
“For Tyson to maintain boxing, it simply appears for one cause and I do know in my coronary heart, I feel the one cause that Tyson will come again is for the unification battle.”
After Saturday’s victory, Fury stretched his unbeaten file to 32 wins and a draw, with 23 knockouts.