Tyson Fury establishes new aspirations beyond boxing, expressing his desire to lead the Forbes list.

Tyson Fury has likely covered every conceivable achievement in his career. From becoming a world champion to unifying titles and headlining multiple pay-per-view events, Fury has accomplished nearly everything. While the status of being undisputed remains a potential goal, Fury, having held several titles and currently possessing the WBC trinket, doesn’t seem overly concerned about that aspect.

Being at the pinnacle of the heavyweight division can be isolating and monotonous. Despite potential challenges from fighters like Oleksandr Usyk and Anthony Joshua, Fury is somewhat indifferent to facing them, expressing a semi-retirement mindset.

In about a month, Fury’s first step in his quasi-retirement tour will involve a bout against former UFC champion Francis Ngannou. Subsequent plans include a potential rematch in the cage and a matchup with current UFC heavyweight belt holder Jon Jones. Although these non-boxing ventures may not align with the desires of his loyal fans, Fury seems to have moved on from the boxing world, focusing on endeavors that promise substantial financial gains.

Despite his departure from boxing, Fury remains a reigning champion, a pound-for-pound-worthy fighter, and a future Hall of Famer. With an impressive list of accomplishments, Fury now looks beyond the sport, setting new goals such as topping the Forbes list as the highest-paid athlete for the year and delving into Hollywood by making a movie. As he puts it, having completed everything in the ring, Fury is ready for a new chapter in his life.

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