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Fury laid out his retirement plans after stopping Whyte to defend his WBC world heavyweight title.
He suggested he will call time on his legendary career after winning his Wembley Stadium homecoming bout in devastating fashion.
Speaking after recording his 32nd victory, the self-proclaimed 'Gypsy King' explained why he's never been motivated by money.
And insists he won't be lured out of retirement by money as he revealed his motivation to step inside the ring.
"It's never been about money. I'm not a money person," said the 33-year-old in his post-fight press conference.
"I drive around in a 56 plate Passat. It's never been about belts for me. It's never been about legacy. It's been about punching motherf****** in the face."
The undefeated Brit continued by recalling his thought process behind accepting the Wembley Stadium showdown against Whyte.
"I've won every belt there is to win," he added. "If this was a computer game it would definitely be completed for sure.
"Before I fought Deontay Wilder 3, I was in my house in Vegas and I said to (wife) Paris 'this is going to be the last fight, I just don't want to do it anymore' and she said 'yes I'm happy, let it be the last fight.'
"Then after the fight, I said to her in the shower, 'it's definitely the last fight, there's no more of this.'
"I was happy with that decision. I get a call from Frank (Warren) saying we can do a homecoming fight at Wembley. I said to Paris 'I've got to go one more time, I've got to get the boots out again.'
"It was a tough decision. I was happy being in Morecambe retired and going to the gym to watch Joe Parker and Tommy (Fury) train."
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