Tyson Fury announce retirement from UFC

When Tyson Fury meets Dillian Whyte at Wembley, he claims to have AU$274 million in the bank.

In October, the WBC champion, 33, announced a five-fight strategy before his historic victory against Deontay Wilder.

There will be a semi-final for the WBC, IBF and WBO belts, and mythical undisputed status, against the winner of Anthony Joshua's rematch with Oleksandr Usyk on April 23.

AJ, Usyk, and the rest of the world will be left wanting more after the quirky Gypsy King defeats Whyte.

The last fight of my professional career is here." The Sun quotes him as saying, "I'm retiring after this."

When I die, I'll have $150 million in the bank, and I'll be in excellent health, young, and attractive. " "Then, he added.

In addition to the supercars and houses I own around the world, I plan to purchase a large boat abroad." "He goes on.

“I am going to sit back with a hot blonde and a pina colada thinking, ‘You know what, I f****ng made it. Boom!" Fury said.

"I'll slather some baby oil on and acquire a tan, that's what world champions do," Tyson added."

Fans will not be surprised by Fury's retirement announcement, as he has previously stated that he plans to retire.

However, he is surrounded by a large family and appears to be in a better state of mind following his struggles with mental health.

It follows Usyk's decision to join the Ukrainian battlefield in the face of the Russian invasion.

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