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John Fury Drops Huge Hint Tyson Fury Plans To Continue His Boxing Career In Training Video

Rory O'Callaghan

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John Fury Drops Huge Hint Tyson Fury Plans To Continue His Boxing Career In Training Video

John Fury has suggested Tyson Fury has no plans to retire after claiming his son won't be beaten for a "very long time" during a workout video, which you can watch below.

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WBC heavyweight champion Fury successfully defended his belt with a spectacular sixth-round TKO win over Dillian Whyte in April.

He immediately announced his retirement from boxing in the ring after the fight but fans of the 'Gypsy King' are reluctant to believe he has hung up his gloves for good.

Fury is currently on holiday with his family in the south of France and has continued to keep himself fit.

"He just can't stop training this man he can't get enough of it," Fury Sr said, while watching his son shadow box.

"Nearly 34 in August and he is still on fire; he won't be getting beaten for a long time this man.

Fury claims to have retired for good after his win over Whyte (Image: PA)
Fury claims to have retired for good after his win over Whyte (Image: PA)

"Look at this he never stops loves it. Like I always say it is a DNA thing.

"I do believe this man could train for hours and hours ahead."

Tyson Fury posted the video to his Twitter account on Friday, alongside the caption: "The man in the shadow is always following me!

"SOUTH OF FRANCE. 2022. 1 of the most beautiful places on earth. BLESSED."

Fury insists he has no plans to his continue professional boxing career and says he would only be willing to take part on exhibition bouts, with a potential crossover fight against UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou touted as one option.

Fury has dismissed the possibility of facing the winner of Oleksandr Usyk's rematch with Anthony Joshua in an undisputed heavyweight title fight.

However, the WBC say they are yet to receive confirmation from Fury that he plans to relinquish his world title, fuelling speculation that he intends to continue in the sport.

Speaking ahead of Fury's win over Whyte, John Fury said he expected his son to carry on in the sport.

Fury is yet to relinquish his WBC heavyweight title (Image: PA)
Fury is yet to relinquish his WBC heavyweight title (Image: PA)

"At the end of the day, when he goes home, the dust has settled and there's nothing happening. He'll get bored," Fury told SPORTbible.

"With Tyson, what else will he do? Boxing is his life, he's made it his career. It's hard to just shut the door on something like that.

"When you love it so much, when you've got a passion for it.

"I'd be surprised if he does retire. When he sees the other big boys coming out, the winner out of Usyk and Joshua, I'm sure he'll want a piece of that action."

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Featured Image Credit: PA Images

Topics: Boxing, John Fury, Tyson Fury, Heavyweight Boxing

Rory O'Callaghan
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