WBC Heavyweight Boxing Champion Tyson Fury arrives at Manchester Airport in Manchester, England on February 25, 2020. REUTERS / Phil Noble / File Photo
WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury said he “overdoed” boxing but might want to return to the ring for £ 500m ($ 611.2 million).
Fury told fans that he would keep his promise to retire to his wife after knocking out fellow Briton Dillian White in April to maintain the title.
“I won everything, so the warrior can do what the warrior wants to do,” Fury told The Daily Telegraph on Saturday. “But the real man is over the fight.
“Boxing-and the professional fight-I’m done … I’ll do everything I’ve been asked to do, defeat all the enemies I’ve ever faced, and be able to live the rest of my life. Now-not. “That wonderful and beautiful thing? “
When asked how much money he needed to seduce a return, Fury said “pounds 500 million.”
“So if someone wants to pay for it, I’m sure there’s more, so I’ll be back, but until that day, I’ll be out, and someone wants to waste half If so, a billion, I think my morals will be tested. “
In April, Fury’s wife, Paris, said she might return to the undisputed world title battle between 33-year-old Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk’s rematch winner.