Tyson Fury takes his son for a ride in a Rolls-Royce

Tyson Fury was recently seen taking his son for a spin in a Rolls-Royce as the couple headed to Manchester. Fury also mentioned in the video that he trains six days a week.

Following his sensational knockout of Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium in front of a record crowd of 94,000, Fury announced his retirement from boxing.

Watch the highlights of the fight between Fury and Whyte:

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However, some believe that “The Gypsy King” will return to the ring to face the winner of Anthony Joshua against Oleksandr Usyk 2. The fight would take place in mid-August in Saudi Arabia.

Tyson Fury‘s son was particularly jovial in the clip and had this to say:

“Hey everyone, come on, I’m back… Me and me dad are going straight to Manchester in a Rolls-Royce. Get up!”

Later in the video, the WBC Heavyweight Champion talked about his recent training regimen:

“Just finished a great race, up front with Bobby Howard and Matty. I absolutely crushed it this morning. I’ve raced six times this week and trained six times as well. I’m absolutely fantastic, no apologies from me.”

Watch the full video with Tyson Fury and his son:

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Will Tyson Fury return to the ring?

Although Fury has remained in good shape since hanging up his gloves, there is no guarantee he will return to the ring.

Fury’s battle with depression has been well documented and ‘The Gypsy King’ may stay active to avoid a recurrence of his issues in 2016 and 2017. After defeating Wladimir Klitschko, the heavyweight champion suffered extreme weight gain due to alcoholism and other problems.

Either way, one of Fury’s newest boxing promoters, Bob Arum, isn’t convinced he’s quit the sport for good. He thinks a lucrative fight will be too tempting to turn down.

Bob Arum: “Tyson Fury is retired and he will be retired until we come to him with the next big event and then he won’t retire.” [@FightNews]

Fury is currently undefeated and is already considered by many to be one of the best heavyweights of all time. However, a victory over Joshua or Usyk would cement his legacy and allow him to become the first undisputed heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis.


Edited by John Cunningham

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