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Fury Ponders Potential Rematch After Loss To Usyk

Fury Ponders Potential Rematch After Loss To Usyk

Tyson Fury has disclosed that he would discuss the potential rematch, loosely scheduled for October, with his wife and children.

He made this known after he lost to the Ukrainian maestro in a split decision in Saturday’s undisputed heavyweight clash in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Having lost his WBC belt to Usyk who already held the IBF, WBA and WBO titles, Fury stated that he would need to discuss it with his wife and children.

 

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“I’ll have a holiday, go home, put it to the wife and kids, and I’ll see what I want to do,” the self-styled ‘Gypsy King’ told reporters.

“I’m 36 in a few months. I’ve been boxing since I’ve been a child, so it is what it is,” he added.

“Where does it all end? A hundred fights and brain damage, in a wheelchair? I’m not sure.

“But the one thing is, all the time I’m still loving the game, and I was having fun in there, I was really enjoying myself; then I’ll continue to do it.”

“I thank Oleksandr for the good fight. It was a close fight, you know,” Fury said.

“I believe that I just did enough, but I’m not the judge.”



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