Fury: "I defeated the strongest so I am not motivated"
The British boxer is fighting only for money
British WBA and WBO World Champion at super heavyweight Tyson Fury explained what motivates him to continue his boxing career.
“I have already safeguarded my future well-being. Even if I never box again I will not have to work until my death – up to 100 years or how long I will live. So I am safeguarding the future of my grandchildren and their children.
I have already defeated the strongest, so I am not motivated. Whoever I fight against they don’t have what I want. I am fighting for money – they are going to pay me and I will do this.
Now I will train for a several weeks and if I feel good then I will keep on, if no then I will retire”, - Fury said.
We remark that rematch between Wladimir Klitschko and Tyson Fury will take place at Manchester Arena in England on July 9.
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