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 Last update:  4/17/2013       Read more by Bill Emes         
   
Tyson Fury: If I Don't Smash Him, I'll Retire From Boxing!
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by Bill "Two Scoops" Emes

Heavyweight contender Tyson Fury (20-0, 14KOs) shocked a lot of people when he promised to retire from boxing - not in defeat, but he promised to walk away if he fails to demolish Steve Cunningham (25-5, 12KOs) as promised in the pre-fight buildup. Fury faces Cunningham on Saturday at The Theater in Madison Square Garden. Fury has talked a very good game and he promises to retire from the sport if he fails to back up his big words on Saturday night.

"If this man gives me a good fight, I swear on Jesus' name that I will retire after the fight. Because I ain't gonna be nothing that I say I'm gonna be if I can't do a job on this man. I will retire if I don't smash him. If I don't impress, I will retire....game over. Just because a fight goes twelve rounds doesn't mean that it's a sh*t fight. As long as I'm happy with the fight, but if I'm not happy with the fight - I will retire on live TV. I should be smashing people like him into next week," Fury shouted.

Tags: Steve Cunningham , Tyson Fury , Fury-Cunningham , Fury vs. Cunningham



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comment by Ulver, on 04-18-2013
[QUOTE=Enzo Mc is ****]Before his fight with Pajkic he said if he lost he'd change his name to "I can't fight, John". Funny ****.[/QUOTE] Fury promised that if Pajkic gave him any trouble at all, he'd quit on the spot. “So tell Neven the answer to that question is, if he beats me, I’ll chan...

comment by -Weltschmerz-, on 04-17-2013
Hell no he wont. Fury sounds too anxious to impress. He doesn't need to say these things if he's confident in his own abilities.

comment by ddangerous, on 04-17-2013
[QUOTE=Enzo Mc is ****]Before his fight with Pajkic he said if he lost he'd change his name to "I can't fight, John". Funny ****.[/QUOTE] :lol1: Fury is hilarious. [QUOTE=NatiKid]im so tired of people sayin if i dont do this ill retire.[/QUOTE] Same here.

comment by Cinci Champ, on 04-17-2013
im so tired of people sayin if i dont do this ill retire.

comment by Enzo Mc is SHIT, on 04-17-2013
Before his fight with Pajkic he said if he lost he'd change his name to "I can't fight, John". Funny ****.

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