World Boxing Council President Mauricio Suliaman told Sky Sports on Wednesday that the WBC “will be communicating with Tyson Fury and his promoters about his future plans” in the coming weeks.
Fury knocked Dillian Whyte out inside six rounds in front of 94,000 at Wembley Stadium on April 23rd, with the WBC champion doubling down on remarks that it would be his last professional outing in a boxing ring. The thirty-three-year-old Fury moved to 32-0-1, the only slight blemish on his record a controversial draw with Deontay Wilder in 2018 which was swiftly corrected with two knockouts of the American in an enthralling trilogy, with the Morecambe man now having held every belt available to him atop of the sport’s premier division.
Bob Arum, Fury’s American promoter, has however laughed off suggestions that ‘The Gypsy King’ has laced up his gloves for the final time, with fight fans poised to wait and see what happens next in the Tyson Fury story.
Should Fury indeed go on to retire and vacate his WBC belt, number one ranked Wilder and number two, Joe Joyce, are poised to fight for the vacant championship.alt und oma porno