Tyson Fury Announces Retirement From Boxing

Tyson Fury Announces Retirement From Boxing WWE

Could The Gypsy King be soon to make his way back to WWE? Anything is possible as Fury has now announced his retirement from boxing.

Making the announcement on his 34th birthday, Fury posted on Instagram to thank those in his life for their support over his career and to make the major announcement that he plans to retire from boxing.

Tyson Fury took to Instagram to announce his retirement from boxing, writing:

“MASSIVE THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO HAD AN INPUT IN MY CAREER OVER THE YEARS & AFTER LONG HARD CONVERSATIONS IV FINALY DECIDED TO WALK AWAY & ON MY 34th BIRTHDAY I SAY Bon voyage. HEARS A FEW WHO MADE IS SPECIAL ALONG THE WAY-@frank_warren_official @kronksugarhill @btsportboxing @gypsyjohnfury @spencerbrownmrgoldstar @steveegancoach @espn @wbcboxing @toprank @jimmyjamesharrington @bodypuncher @isaaclowe6 @bendavison_ @kristianblacklock @mattmassage94 @allcocktimothy ROBERT DAVIS, SHANE FURY HUGHIE FURY, @jamesward_80 @brendan_lyonsden_ @majesticonline SORRY IF I MISSED U THERES TO MANY TO NAME! MASSIVE SHOUTOUT TO @parisfury1 WHO HELPED ME MORE THAN ANYONE. & MOST OF ALL THANKYOU GOD ? SEE YOU ALL ON THE OTHER SIDE YOU BIG DOSSERS? 2008-2022”

The announcement comes amid renewed speculation that Fury could be making his return to WWE.

Theoretically, what better place for Tyson Fury to hop back into a WWE ring than when WWE makes it’s way to practically his backyard for Clash at the Castle in Cardiff, Wales on September 3, 2022.

Reportedly, Tyson Fury is in talks for a WWE return and has recently mentioned Drew McIntyre specifically in interviews.

For his part, Drew has commented that he finds Fury’s obsession with him to be “weird” however has mentioned in the past that he is willing to fight Fury.

Drew McIntyre may not be available to take on Tyson Fury at Clash at the Castle however as he is already scheduled to face Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Championship.

Fury, nicknamed ‘The Gypsy King,’ made his WWE debut in 2019 when he faced Braun Strowman at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia.


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