I’ll retire as only second heavyweight after Rocky Marciano – Tyson Fury


Heavyweight boxer, Tyson Fury, on Saturday, said he would retire from boxing as only the second heavyweight after Rocky Marciano, a former American professional boxer.

Fury said this during his post-match press conference after beating fellow compatriots Dillian Whyte in a heavyweight fight at Wembley Stadium.

The Gypsy King put on another superb show in front of 94,000 fans to defend his WBC and Ring Magazine titles, finishing the challenger in the sixth round with a huge uppercut after dominating the contest.

In his post-fight press conference, Fury said he would retire undefeated, adding that he has fulfilled everything.

“I have said what I have said and I’m happy with my decisions. I’m going to go home with my wife and kids,” Fury said.

“I have spent a lot of time on the road and I have been away a long time. I have fulfilled everything.

“I am going to retire as only the second heavyweight after Rocky Marciano to retire undefeated. I was unbeatable at this game.”

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