Fury has his sights set on fights with Wilder and Joshua but is already planning for life after the heavyweight ring. Tyson Fury is planning a move into coaching after he hangs up his gloves.
The heavyweight world champion believes he has a maximum of five fights left in his professional career – including clashes with bitter rivals Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua. But he then plans to remain in the sport and bring through the next generation of fighters. More news about joshua vs fury Next Fight .
“When I finish as champion after maybe four or five more fights Sugar and I are going into business together,” Fury told the Daily Mail news. “We will train a few fighters. We’ve set the wheels in motion already by contacting a few young hopefuls around the world.
“Hopefully we will find a new world heavyweight champion. That would be incredible — maybe even more of an achievement than me winning all the belts.
Anthony Joshua has criticized Tyson Fury for how long it took him to fight for a world title and claimed his rival’s career could be approaching its end.
Fury turned pro in December 2008 and won his first world titles against WladimirKlitschko seven years later in his 25th fight. Joshua needed just three years and 16 fights.
The 31-year-old beat Wilder via a seventh-round TKO in February to win the WBC and The Ring heavyweight titles. He also remained the lineal heavyweight champ.
The American’s corner threw in the towel with the Bronze Bomber bleeding from his left ear, having been sent to the mat twice in a one-sided contest at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Nevada.
Fury is unbeaten in his 31 career fights, but he relinquished his titles and did not fight again for three years following the victory over Klitschko. In December 2017, he received a two-year ban backdated to February 2015—when he tested positive for a banned steroid—and had his boxing license temporarily revoked.
After regaining his license, he made a successful comeback in June 2018 against SeferSeferi before beating Francesco Pianeta two months later, ahead of his initial clash with Wilder. Between his meetings with the Bronze Bomber, he beat Tom Schwarz and Otto Wallin.
The Gypsy King will fight Deontay Wilder for a third time this summer, after which he will have one fight left.