Tyson Fury plans three fights to end career


By Michael Benson





Tyson Fury has made a change to his three-fight plan for the remainder of his career.

The ‘Gypsy King’ is due to face Deontay Wilder in a rematch on February 22 and will have just two fights remaining on his Top Rank/ESPN contract once the bout is finished.

Fury will face Wilder again on February 22

He previously stated his final three would be Wilder, Anthony Joshua and Dillian Whyte, but has now replaced Whyte with an old friend.

Fury told BT Sport: “I’m gonna knock Wilder out, then he’s not gonna want a rematch.

“Then I’m gonna fight Joshua and I’m gonna beat him too.

“And then I always said to my old pal Derek Chisora that I’d have a farewell fight with him.

 “Maybe I get the Old Trafford fight with ‘Del Boy’ after all.

“And then it’s curtains on a fantastic career.”

It is as yet unknown whether Fury truly will end his career at the end of this deal, but he insists this is the current plan.

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