Tyson Fury is preparing for a jam-packed boxing schedule after
Name of the Game
After making the front-page revelation, Fury has now discussed what he has in store for the fans under his latest contract with ESPN. Speaking with the former lineal heavyweight champion, Warren broke down where the newly-signed deal points Fury’s career to.
“It means he’s got a big platform in the states. It means that he’s on the biggest platform in the states, with the biggest sports broadcaster. They’ve got nearly 3 million subscribers. It doesn’t get any better than that,” Warren explained via BT Sport.
“It means now that Tyson wouldn’t have to go to places like Germany to go for a title. It’d be on our terms. If you want to fight the lineal champion and the no. 1 heavyweight in the world, you have to come to us, you have to come to BT, you have to come to ESPN, Top Rank and we’ll deliver it,” he continued.
Continuing, the boxing promoter says his team is only doing what the Gypsy King wants to do — keep himself busy with numerous fights a year.
“The name of the game is to keep him busy. He needs to busy, look at him. He’s trained over the Christmas, he’s not done that just to fight once a year. He needs to fight at least three times this year. That’s where Tyson’s at, that’s what he wants to do and that’s what we want to do,” Warren said.
30 Fights in 30 Months
Tyson Fury, who’s reportedly a step away from a
“I don’t even know who ESPN has got as heavyweights. But I’m not really concerned because I’m the best. Best I have ever got. So I’m not really concerned about any of the fighters ’cause like I said Frank will make the fights and I’ll make the fights as well. And that’s it,” Fury stated via BT Sport.
“I don’t really care anyway. Just keep me busy, that’s all I ask. And that’s all I wanna do, be kept busy and I’ll keep well and keep training. That’s what I love to do.”
When Warren was asked about the number of bouts Fury will probably take on in the next coming days, the Gypsy King himself responded and said he’s even willing to even do one fight a month.
“We’re gonna try and ram in 30 fights in 30 months,” the Cheshire native stated. “In the meanwhile, I will be swinging around Los Angeles and dressed in robes, slippers and a Lakers hat.”
Watch the ‘Iron Mike’ Tyson doing his insane training routine below:
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