OLEKSANDR USYK doesn’t “believe” Tyson Fury will hang up his gloves without taking part in an undisputed heavyweight title fight.
The WBC Gypsy King seemingly announced his retirement last month after ending Dillian Whyte’s world title hopes in the sixth round of their Wembley war.
Tyson Fury seemingly retired from boxing after his brutal knockout of Dillian Whyte
And Oleksandr Usyk doesn’t believe the Brit has truly retired
Fan favourite Fury is adamant his fighting days are over, but unified heavyweight champ isn’t buying the 33-year-old’s apparent retirement.
The slick southpaw told BlockAsset: “No, I don’t believe him!”
A multi-million-pound undisputed fight against the winner of Usyk’s high-stakes rematch with Anthony Joshua is still in the offing for Fury.
But the 6ft9 Brit has no interest in sharing the ring with either man, who will renew their rivalry in a summer Saudi showdown.
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He told talkSPORT: “I’ve already been the undisputed champion. I’ve won every single belt there is to win.
“I’ve got nothing more to do, I am out, fully retired. Done.
“[Fighting Usyk] is never gonna [sic] happen because I’m retired, but let’s just say I’d punch him round the ring.
“Because he’s a middleweight, blown up.
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“I am retired so what I wanna do is chill out with my family and enjoy the rest of my life. Who knows what the future holds?
“But as of yet, I’m just enjoying myself and I’m gonna grow my hair back I think!
“I’ve got school runs with the kids, I’ve got my bin trips to the tip, washing cars down, haircuts, shaves, hoovering, cleaning up.
“The normal day-to-day stuff at home with the kids, family and wife. Weekends, I look forward to my weekends, I train all week.
“That’s it really, just enjoy life one day at a time.”
Fury has yet to vacate his WBC strap but will meet the head of the Mexican sanctioning body in “the coming week” to discuss his future.
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Mauricio Sulaiman told Sky Sports: The WBC will be communicating with Tyson Fury and his promoters about his future plans in the coming week.
“We are ready to support him on whatever he decides. If he decides to retire the WBC will fully support him.”
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