UK Tyson Fury to hold talks in Mexico over future amid retirement speculation last minute news
PremierLeague-News.Com- The WBC world heavyweight champion is expected to hold talks in the home of the WBC over his future
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Tyson Fury has been invited to hold crunch talks in Mexico as his future continues to be subject to speculation. The invitation has come from the WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman with the governing body being based in Mexico City in the wake of news that Fury would make a U-turn should the right offer come around. The heavyweight champion, 32, has made the declaration that it would take an offer of £500 million to re-enter the ring, a purse which would surpass that of any boxing fight of all time. He earned close to £30 million for his win over Dillian Whyte at Wembley in April in front of 94,000 people at Wembley. His supposed 'retirement' has actually drawn praise from Sulaiman as an example of how fighters should leave at the top of their craft and explained his position in an interview with Planet Sport. ALSO READ: 'Show me the money!' - Tyson Fury says he will return the ring in shock u-turn on retirement "I will reach out to him this week to see what we can do - assuming he wants to visit Mexico so I'm going to talk to him (to) see maybe he can visit our country and we can show him our hospitality and just show him the love that Mexican fans have for him," he said. "He has expressed continuously that he's retired, but when we spoke, we agreed that he will take his time and I'm going to talk to him and his promoters in the near future - just to get started to see if he confirms he's retired. That will be a great example to go out while you're on top.
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. He has a beautiful family, he has money, he has great ways of making money outside of the ring. But if he continues fighting, he's a proud WBC champion." Last week, Fury released a statement to Frank Warren's Queensberry promotions, hinting that a unification bout could well be what would tempt him out of retirement. "When this middleweight (Usyk) knocks out this bodybuilder (Joshua), there’s only gonna be one man isn’t there," he said. “I am a prize fighter, but it's gonna cost if you want me to do a mission on this middleweight. I'll show you what a real heavyweight does. Then that’s gonna be expensive. We can talk when they have deep pockets!”
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