Tyson Fury spotted leaving cafe in beloved Morecambe after morning run as boxing champ enjoys retirement
TYSON FURY is continuing to stay in fighting shape – even though he is adamant that he has retired from boxing.
The Gyspy King, 33, defeated Dillian Whyte in front of a packed Wembley Stadium last month to keep his unbeaten record intact.
After delivering a brutal uppercut to claim the win in the sixth round, Fury insisted that the bout with his fellow Brit would be his last.
Despite that, fans desperate to see the the 6ft 9in WBC heavyweight champion return will be encouraged after he was spotted on a morning run in his beloved Morecambe Bay earlier.
He was then seen leaving a cafe wearing his workout shorts and a “Gyspy King” jacket.
And Fury, who was adamant last week that he was “happy and content” in retirement after cleaning his £20k VW Passat, even had time to sign an autograph for a supporter wearing a Newcastle football jersey.
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The undefeated star earned around £26million for his latest win and has other mega-money irons in the fire like a cameo return to WWE wrestling or a cross-sport fight with UFC heavyweight champ Francis Ngannou.
The WBC will push him this week for a firm decision on his future.
However, his promoter Frank Warren has insisted that "no-one's going to tell Fury what to do" amid talk of retiring – insisting that the decision will be Fury or his wife Paris'.
Warren told The Mirror: "No-one’s going to tell Tyson Fury what to do.
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“The only person who will tell Tyson Fury what to do will be Paris or himself. There’s nothing for the WBC to assess.
"I don’t see any relevance because there’s no mandatory due, so what are they going to talk about? Why would they strip him? He’s got no mandatory due.
"The only time he gets stripped is if he doesn’t fulfil his mandatory and he’s just had one, that’s it.
“Whatever he’s going to do, he’s going to do.
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"I can’t tell him what he should do because he’s too intelligent for me to try and influence.
"He’s a very smart person, a very clever man. Listen, he may turn round and say tomorrow ‘You know what, I’m vacating the title’. He may want to do that.”
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