Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by lufcrazy, Aug 12, 2022.
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This time it looks like an official announcement. We'll see if the WBC strips him of his title.
I think he doesn't want a tough fight anymore. Chisora reportedly agreed but they didn't agree.
The only fight Fury wants is Joshua but he seems confident (like me) that Usyk will take him down on August 20th.
Why are people jumping on his every word, just ignore it, he's a clown at this point.
And I'm a fury fan!
He's only doing it for bites.
Was a short lived 'comeback' after announcing the Chisora trilogy
2. I am now 100% sure I wont be listening to a single thing Fury says ever again about anything relating to boxing.
My thoughts are you can tell an AJ fight is around the corner
My thoughts are its disappointing that he seems unwilling to just fight the best people in the division and stay busy.
I genuinely dont know just how good he actually is - and would only know if hes is tested against other decent fighters
I suspect he is very good - but its just frustrating that we apparently will never know for certain
It is being reported that Fury has now returned his Official Lineal Belt back to Lineal Governing Body.
He's not retiring just totally out to lunch
You can tell he is jealous and seek for attention.
As Usyks fight is close, he is getting more active on social media.
I really hope WBC will strip his tittle and make division move on.
Other good HW deserve chance for that belt.
Fury never was and never will be the great
Fury will unretire again after the Usyk-Joshua fight probably calling out Dave Allen or Babic.
WBC need to strip him now it's getting ridiculous, can't gild the belt to ransom. I m sure the WBC will arrange another bum for Wilder to beat for it.
Ring magazine should make the AJ vs Usyk fight for their belt.
Damn! It's really a shame to see him go. We'll see him next year.
Fury is retiring until after the Usyk-Joshua fight lol.....This "retirement" just means he won't fight in 2022 and is taking a break until he faces the winner of Usyk-Joshua.