- Anthony Joshua has explained that Tyson Fury can be tempted to return to boxing ring despite him retiring
- The Nigerian and British boxer explained that Tyson Fury would return to boxing if he gets huge offer
- Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua have never met in the boxing ring even though fans are tipping them to face
Nigerian and British super boxer Anthony Joshua has explained that he believes Tyson Fury will make a return to the boxing ring if he should get a huge fight for him to battle with.
After beating Dillian Whyte in front of 94,000 fans at Wembley Stadium in April, Tyson Fury announced his retirement from the game claiming that he is done with boxing.
Before he made the decision, there have been talks for Tyson Fury to face Anthony Joshua. but as things stand, these two boxers may not meet again.
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Anthony Joshua's reaction about Tyson Fury's retirement
“I feel retirement doesn’t mean you have completely given up and you are on the beach clicking your toes and drinking a bottle of Corona.
“I feel he is still ticking over, and he will come back if the right fight is presented to him.”
“If Fury will come out and honor the gentleman’s agreement there is a lot of money to be made. I know that money could help a lot of people as well.''
Actress Angelique Gerber and Singer Tasché Burger Entertain in BOXOP 3 Main Event
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how the much-anticipated fight Saturday night between two of South Africa’s leading female celebrities kept a live audience on the edge of their seats at SuperSport Park in Centurion.
Renowned actress Angelique Gerber won on points against songstress Tasché Burger, being crowned champion of BOXOP Edition Three. This was the first installment in the series to present a women's boxing match as the headline feature.
Streamed nationwide and around the world, the ‘showdown of the year’ in the Women’s Super-Featherweight Division was contested over four rounds of one and half minutes each. Every second was a nail-biter, the fight seesawed like a rollercoaster until the bell sounded at the end of the last round.