Tyson Fury believes he will retire unbeaten after two or three more fights.
The WBC heavyweight champion feels few challenges remain, ahead of his trilogy clash with bitter rival Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas on October 9.
Should Fury defeat the Bronze Bomber once more, he will be looking at one or two clashes with WBA Super, WBO and IBF belt holder Anthony Joshua before retirement (assuming AJ negotiates a tricky encounter with Oleksandr Usyk in nine days’ time).
But Fury (30-0-1, 21 KOs) insists he is not looking past the dangerous Wilder with a lucrative unification clash against Joshua looming in the background
“I’ve never lost a fight. I don’t think I’ll ever lose a fight, no. I don’t think I will. I don’t think there’s nobody out there to beat me,” Fury told Gary Neville’s ‘The Overlap’ on Sky Sports.
“The big thing is – I’ll tell you what they always do – and he already fell victim to it, Joshua [LTKO7 Andy Ruiz in 2019]. They talk about fights that’s not happening. Everybody wants to talk to me about the Joshua fight. They don’t care about the fight that I’m having. All of a sudden, they want me to look over what I’m doing and then get chinned. I’m laid on my back flat by Wilder and he’s taking my position.
“I’ve only got, two, three fights left, because there’s no more challenges. They’ve all been beaten. I’ve got Wilder next and provided I get through that, then I’ve got AJ.”