Tyson Fury, the 34-year-old WBC world champion in the heavyweight division, has opened up about his thoughts regarding the potential conclusion of his career.
He reportedly conveyed uncertainty about the specific timeline, commenting, “Who knows how much time I have left. Probably not much at all. Maybe a year, maybe two years, or even just one more fight, who knows.”
Fury apparently expressed his intention to relish every remaining moment in the ring and each upcoming match. He was said to have embraced the opportunities with a calm acceptance and a sense of appreciation. He also reportedly shared his aspiration for his children to join him, engaging in leisurely walks together. His apparent contentment with his current life stage remained evident.
It was reported that he also conveyed his belief that fighters typically sense when it’s time to step away from the sport. He acknowledged that many delay this decision, but he was reportedly confident in recognizing the right retirement moment. He seemed to stress his other life responsibilities, including being a parent, and placed emphasis on maintaining mental well-being. He concluded by expressing his preference to avoid injuries or similar setbacks.
It’s worth noting that Fury is scheduled to participate in a boxing match under MMA rules on October 29th, where he will be facing Francis Ngannou.