Tyson Fury’s father John insists his son will not retire after Dillian Whyte fight

Tyson Fury’s father John insists his son will not retire after Dillian Whyte fight


“He’s got [Oleksandr] Usyk and he’s got AJ [Anthony Joshua] yet, the winner of them two. That’s enough to bring any man back. And that’ll be another 100,000 crowd with the winner of them, so what’s he gonna do? Watch all that take place while sat at home drinking coffee? That’s not Tyson Fury.”

Tyson has not lost a fight since turning professional in 2008 and is widely considered to be the best heavyweight in the world.

He has not yet come face-to-face with Whyte since the fight was announced but is expected to do so at the final press conference on Wednesday. Yet Tyson is not concerned about whether or not he meets Whyte before the first bell on Saturday.

He said: “It is what it is, I’ve seen plenty of boxers before, I’ve seen lots of Dillian Whyte before. We’ll see what tomorrow will bring, hopefully it’ll be a good press conference, and that’s it.

“I’m sure he has stuff he wants to say, I’ve always got a bit to say, as we all know. I’m looking forward to the fight and putting on a good show.

“At this stage, it doesn’t really matter what Dillian Whyte says or what I say; there’s gonna be a fight anyway.”

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