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Tyson Fury Chooses Boxing Over WWE Due to Physical Demands

Boxing world champion Tyson Fury has made it clear that he intends to remain in the boxing ring for the long haul and has no plans to return to WWE after a high-profile stint in professional wrestling. In an interview with ESPN, Fury revealed his desire to sign another 10-fight deal, emphasizing his passion for boxing and the joy it brings him. This decision has left fans wondering about his future in both sports, given his previous WWE appearances.

Fury’s Boxing Commitment: Tyson Fury, who previously signed a multi-fight deal with Top Rank in 2019, is currently gearing up for a significant bout against former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou on October 28 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Following this high-profile matchup, Fury is set to compete in an undisputed heavyweight championship fight against Oleksandr Usyk.

The ‘Gypsy King’ expressed his contentment with his career in boxing, citing that it brings him happiness and financial success. At 35 years old, he sees no reason to retire and is committed to pursuing his boxing career for the foreseeable future.

End of WWE Career: While some had speculated about Tyson Fury’s future in WWE, the British boxer has unequivocally ruled out any return to professional wrestling. He described WWE as more physically demanding than boxing, highlighting the rigorous and taxing nature of WWE matches. Fury mentioned that being slammed on the floor and enduring physical stress is challenging on the body.

In addition to the physical demands, Fury considered his history of injuries and the potential for further harm, especially at his age, as factors in his decision to continue boxing. He expressed concerns about sustaining injuries to his elbows, knees, shoulders, and ankles, which are common among athletes of his age.

Conclusion: Tyson Fury’s commitment to a long-term boxing career has prompted his decision to forego any further appearances in WWE. While his wrestling stint in WWE was well-received by fans, Fury emphasized the physically demanding nature of professional wrestling and the potential risks it poses to his health. The boxing world can now look forward to more exciting matches from the ‘Gypsy King’ as he continues to make a name for himself in the ring.

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