Tyson Fury has officially announced his retirement from boxing.
On Friday, the boxer with a record of 33-0-1, took to Instagram to announce that he was calling it a career. He wrote,
“Massive thanks to everyone who had an input in my career over the years & after long hard conversations [I’ve finally] decided to walk away & on my 34th birthday. I say bon voyage. [Here’s] a few who made is special along the way>
@frank_warren_official @kronksugarhill @btsportboxing @gypsyjohnfury @spencerbrownmrgoldstar @steveegancoach @espn @wbcboxing @toprank @jimmyjamesharrington @bodypuncher @isaaclowe6 @bendavison_ @kristianblacklock @mattmassage94 @allcocktimothy Robert Davis, Shane fury Hughie Furty, @jamesward_80 @brendan_lyonsden_ @majesticonline sorry if i missed U there’s [too] many to name! massive shoutout to @parisfury1 who helped me more than anyone.
& most of all thank you God. See you all on the other side you big dossers.”
Fury defeated Braun Strowman at the WWE Crown Jewel pay-per-view event several years ago. Since then, he’s teased another appearance — possibly facing Drew McIntyre.