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Tyson Fury backed to quit boxing on one condition after Oleksandr Usyk fight

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Former cruiserweight world champion Johnny Nelson believes Tyson Fury could retire after Saturday's undisputed title fight against Oleksandr Usyk - if he suffers a "devastating defeat".

The Gypsy King will face Usyk in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia this weekend as he aims to become the first undisputed heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis in 1999.

Heading into the bout, Fury has revealed a leaner physique than the one he sported against Francis Ngannou in October as he weighed in at a career-high of 277 pounds.

Nelson, though, believes Fury's fight against Usyk, the 36th of his career, could be the final time he steps in the ring if the Ukrainian can inflict just a second career defeat on the 35-year-old. ALSO READ: Tyson Fury boxing record in full ahead of Oleksandr Usyk fight ALSO READ: How to order Tyson Fury vs Oleksandr Usyk on TNT Sports as price revealed “If it’s a bad, devastating loss, Tyson Fury walks away,” Nelson told BetVictor. “Tyson is an emotional animal.

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