Tyson Fury will refuse to attend the Anthony Joshua rematch against Oleksandr Usyk, even though he has free tickets

TYSON FURY wouldn't go to Anthony Joshua's rematch against Oleksandr Usyk, even if he was given free tickets. The Gypsy King and his family went to..

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TYSON FURY wouldn't go to Anthony Joshua's rematch against Oleksandr Usyk, even if he was given free tickets.

The Gypsy King and his family went to Cannes last month, just weeks after the star claimed that his career in the ring was over.



Tyson Fury insists that he will not attend AJ's rematch against Usyk, even if it were in Morecamba

Joshua will face the Ukrainian once more in Saudi Arabia in August

This was after he had beaten Dillian Whyte at Wembley and retained his WBC heavyweight title.

The 33-year old boxer has decided to retire and will not be able to face Usyk in the rematch. This is to ensure that the heavyweight division remains ununified.

He has suggested that he might return, even telling talkSPORT's Jim White & Simon Jordan that he would be open to a comeback if he was paid PS500m.

In the meantime, Joshua, a fellow Brit, is likely to redeem himself against the Ukrainian in August in Saudi Arabia.

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Fury insists he will not attend, and would not bother showing up even though it was only a stone's throw away from his home.

He stated that he wouldn't have gone to Joshua v Usyk if it were in Morecambe to witness two bums fighting each other.

"If you want to watch a real man fight, bring the half-a-billi. It's like Donkey Kong."

He doesn't seem to care a jot about the outcome, but he believes it will be Usyk who has Joshua's number again when they meet.

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He said: "Joshua will be defeated if he fights Usyk once more.

"Unless he gives me his fat stomach to Morecambe, and I train him to win the fight, I don’t see him winning it," I said last time.

"He will be beat again. It will then cost half a billioni for the big GK's to retire.