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Tyson Fury's Retirement Rumors Surface Amidst Ambitious 5-Fight Plan

Renowned journalist Gareth A. Davies has cast doubt on Tyson Fury’s commitment to his recently revealed five-fight plan, expressing skepticism about the heavyweight champion’s future beyond his next two bouts. Fury’s ambitious plan includes facing Oleksandr Usyk twice, Anthony Joshua twice, and a rematch with Francis Ngannou.

Davies questions Fury’s trajectory, speculating that if the British boxer secures victories against Usyk and Joshua, he might consider retiring from the sport. The journalist highlights the challenging nature of Fury’s proposed journey, especially considering the potential psychological impact of a loss to Usyk following a triumphant victory.

Fury’s plan also hinges on the assumption that the WBC champion will prioritize a Joshua bout over a Usyk rematch, aligning with promoter Eddie Hearn’s similar prediction. The expeditious Saudi desire for a Fury vs. Joshua showdown could influence the sequence of events.

Davies acknowledges the financial incentives that come with Fury’s plan but remains skeptical about the feasibility of executing five fights at Fury’s current level. The journalist suggests that while Fury may aspire to continue, the reality of sustaining such a rigorous schedule might lead to an earlier retirement.

As the boxing world awaits Fury’s next move, questions linger about the viability of his grand plan and the potential implications for his storied career.

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