Boxer Fury (28) announces re-retirement
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Former heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury has Wednesday night for the second time within a year his retirement was announced.
In October 2016 was announced by the ‘Gipsy King’ was also his farewell, but when he came within a couple of hours already back on that decision.
“I am blessed with my wonderful career in boxing. It was an epic adventure. I want the fans to thank me, have always supported. Hopefully you have just as much as I do. The End”, writes the 28-year-old Briton Wednesday on Instagram.
Fury crowned at the end of 2015 to world champion in the heavyweight by Wladimir Klitschko to defeat in Düsseldorf.
The Oekraïner got a chance at revenge, but a new wereldtitelgevecht was several times postponed, partly because Fury was caught on the use of cocaine.
The Brit ended his world titles in the heavyweight by the WBO and the WBA to deliver, and focus entirely on his recovery. The British boksbond pulled in addition to its license, pending the investigation into his doping.
Fury would be in may of this year, his comeback in a fight against the 27-year-old Briton Anthony Joshua, that same month, at the expense of Klitschko two kampioensgordels conquered. Fury, however, was not fit enough and also had its license has not yet returned, making it a fight between him and Joshua never came.
Fury won in his career are 25 parties. In eighteen of those fights he beat his opponent knock-out. Throughout his career, caused a Fury for the necessary controversy. So he did under the more noteworthy statements about women, gays and Jews.