Tyson Fury has indicated that he will retire after retaining his WBC heavyweight title and ....

...undefeated record with his sixth-round knockout of Dillian Whyte. 

Fury, who has won 32 and drawn one of his 33 fights, floored Whyte with a vicious right uppercut in front of 94,000 fans.

When asked if he would fight again, the 33-year-old replied, "I think this is it.".

The Fury fighter told BT Sport he promised his wife after the third fight with Deontay Wilder to stick by his promise.

"Then I got an offer to fight at Wembley and I thought I owed it to every individual in the United Kingdom to fight here.

Now that everything is done, I have to live up to my word.

This may be the last curtain for The Gypsy King, and what a wayto  go out!”

Frank Warren, Fury's promoter, told BT Sport: "If this is the last fight, it will be the last fight That's his call to get in the ring.

He'll go out on a high note if it is his last fight." the referee, Mark Lyson,

waved off the fight with one second left in the sixth round after Fury flattened Whyte.

The champion showed Whyte respect by saying he believes the Brixton-based boxer will become a world champion someday.

"Body Snatcher" moved to the UK from Jamaica aged 12 and became a father - one of the country's youngest - a year later. 

He has been shot, stabbed, and remembers pulling a bullet from his body with pliers.

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