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Tyson Fury's boxing retirement claims "cannot be trusted" according to promoter

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Tyson Fury’s claim that he is retired. Krassyuk insists it is still part of his fighter’s plan to face WBC champion Fury for the undisputed crown.

WBA, IBF and WBO title holder Usyk takes on Anthony Joshua in a rematch on July 23 in Saudi Arabia. Fury insisted he retired after knocking out Dillian Whyte last month at Wembley Stadium.

But Krassyuk does not believe The Gypsy King’s claim. "I don't take it seriously," Krassyuk told Sky Sports. "Once he is a 44-year-old who is tired of everything then it might be some sort of truth, but he is on top, the world loves him, the world supports him, his country stands behind him, we've seen so many times retirements with comebacks."I remember Vitali Klitschko taking the decision to retire and then to come back in a few years, Wladimir Klitschko retired six years ago but he is still considering, still thinking, still talking about the possible chance to come back. "I don't think it's very likely he retires.

You cannot trust what Tyson Fury says because today he says one thing and tomorrow he says the opposite, and next day he changes it half opposite.”Krassyuk thinks the lure from fans wanting him back will be enough to entice Fury into a ring return later this year.

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