Tyson Fury, a British professional boxer, has hinted that he will likely return to the ring on Saturday and has vowed to destroy both Oleksandr Usyk and Anthony Joshua.
Following Oleksandr Usyk’s victory against Anthony Joshua on Saturday, Fury let everyone know this through a series of threats.
On Instagram and Twitter, he posted an NSFW response in which he threatened to “annihilate” both competitors just after the fight ended.
To be quite honest with you guys, I thought they were both s—- after witnessing that, Fury shouted.
“I think I have never seen a heavyweight title bout so bad. It was nonsense. Let’s go. On the same night, I would destroy them both.
Recall that Usyk defeated Joshua to retain the WBA, WBO, and IBF heavyweight titles in a lavish rematch in Saudi Arabia.
Earlier, Fury has reiterated his intention to continue retiring on August 12.
With this threat looming, it’s possible that Fury is still not quite prepared to put his gloves away given the Gypsy King’s ill-fated attempt at a return earlier this month.
Following his victory against Dillian Whyte in April, Fury initially declared his retirement.
Following this disclosure, Fury suggested a trilogy bout with fellow Englishman Derek Chisora, but those discussions have since stalled.
Fury’s future in the ring has been the subject of ongoing speculation from both fans and experts.
In a post-fight interview, the Ukrainian Workld champion formally challenged Fury to take on him in a long-awaited title unification match.
ESPN reports that a prospective fight might occur in December.
Tyson Fury is most likely still active, Usyk asserted.
I’m certain. He really does seem to want to fight me. I want to challenge him.
Additionally, he continued, “If I’m not fighting Tyson Fury, I’m not fighting at all.