Tyson Fury backtracks and releases new retirement statement after ‘hard conversations’

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Just days after announcing that he intends to return to the ring, Tyson Fury has announced that he has retired once again. On Tuesday, ‘The Gypsy King’ took to social media to confirm that he will be fighting in a professional boxing ring once again against Derek Chisora but has since backtracked on his statement.

In a post to Instagram, he wrote: “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 [email protected]_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 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 latest development comes a few days after Fury told fans that he was unretiring to face Chisora in a third fight this year under novice coach and former Commonwealth featherweight champion Isaac Lowe.

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