Tyson Fury in December against the winner of the Joshua-Usyk match ?



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Tyson Fury in December against the winner of the Joshua-Usyk match ?

It has been speculated for a long time that Tyson Fury will change his mind about retiring from boxing, and there are several reasons for that. The fact that Fury continues to train daily, and recently had a verbal altercation with Joe Joyce.

It has also been rumored that Fury is awaiting the outcome of the match between Joshua and Usyk to finally decide whether to retire or not. Information circulating in the Daily Mail is now circulating, which is that Fury should fight with the winner to unite all the titles in Saudi Arabia on December 17 in Saudi Arabia and that the news will be officially announced next week.

WBC contacted Tyson Fury

What every boxing fan would like to hear is that Fury has changed his mind about retiring and will be doing a long-awaited match to unite all the titles that will finally show who is the greatest boxer of today’s era.

But the WBC did not want to force Fury to speed up the decision but gave him time and said he would support him whatever he decided. “The WBC will be communicating with Tyson Fury and his promoters about his future plans in the coming week,” WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman told Sky Sports.

“We are ready to support him on whatever he decides. If he decides to retire, the WBC will fully support him. “It is our dream to see fighters retire with such greatness. [He is an] undefeated champion, financially protected with a loving family and a great future outside the ring.

“I am very happy and satisfied if this is his final decision and will fully support him – and will be close to him for the rest of his life”. Joe Joyce recently guest-starred on a show and touched on potential fights against world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury.

"It would be a very technical boxing match. But I would just have to wear him down and juggernaut him or beat him at his own game. But it's a big ask, it's a 50-50 fight. Let's hope he stays un-retired and comes and comes and fights me because I'd love that fight."

Maybe Fury will want to stay active before a potential match in December and in the meantime accept Joyce's challenge which could serve him as a warm-up for the big fight to unite all the titles. Of course, these are all speculations, and Joyce shouldn't be written off against Fury just like that.