The WBC world boxing heavyweight champion was allegedly prevented from boarding a flight on Friday
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Boxing icon Tyson Fury has reeled off the lofty figure that will get him back into ring amid reports that he was prevented from boarding a flight to the US for past links to alleged Irish crime boss Daniel Kinahan.
The WBC and The Ring heavyweight champion claims to be retired after knocking out fellow Brit Dillian Whyte at Wembley as part of a promise made to his wife Paris.
Yet rumors that he could lace up gloves again are starting to fire up with a rematch between Anthony Joshua and WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO king Oleksandr Usyk set to be announced any day now.
Fury could take on the winner, but it will cost promoters a pretty penny with the ‘Gypsy King’ having named his price to The Telegraph on Saturday.
«I won everything, so a warrior can do what a warrior wants to do,» Fury bragged to the British newspaper. «But the actual man is done with fighting.»