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‘Nobody believes him’ – Tyson Fury could make retirement U-turn and keep on fighting after Dillian Whyte, claims trainer

, ‘Nobody believes him’ – Tyson Fury could make retirement U-turn and keep on fighting after Dillian Whyte, claims trainer

NOBODY believes Tyson Fury will retire after fighting Dillian Whyte, according to The Gypsy King’s trainer.

The WBC heavyweight champion revealed at the press conference for the all-British dust-up that he plans to hang up his gloves following the April 23 showdown.

Fury has revealed he plans to retire after fighting Whyte
Whyte will compete in his first world title fight later this month

Many have questioned whether Fury’s claims are legitimate as he has made similar remarks in the past.

And even his trainer SugarHill Steward is unsure whether Fury will stick to his retirement decision.

Speaking to BT Sport, he said: “Whatever he says at the time, that’s what it is.

“As you know, everybody in the world changes their mind so it just depends how much you or anybody else puts thought into what he said.

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“Nobody believes Tyson anyway so what difference does it make?”

Fury has not lost a professional fight and holds an impressive record of 31 wins and one draw from his 32 bouts.

In his last fight back in October, Fury knocked Deontay Wilder out in the 11th round of their trilogy clash – once more staking his claim as the best heavyweight on the planet.

Fury goes into the fight against Whyte as a big favourite given he has never been beaten and Whyte has lost to both Anthony Joshua and Alexander Povetkin.

But Steward insists they cannot afford to take anyone lightly given the danger every heavyweight contender possesses.

“Listen, this is the heavyweight division, the most exciting division in boxing,” he added.

“Everybody has a chance, that’s why it’s one of the big daddy divisions because anything can happen in the heavyweight division.

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“Everybody has that power, all these huge men are 200+lb.”

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