With wins over Dillian Whyte and Derek Chisora, it’s safe to say Tyson Fury enjoyed a fruitful year in the ring in 2022.
However, if his recent company accounts are anything to go by, he didn’t do too badly outside of it either.
Yearly receipts show Fury’s business made an astounding £13 million profit for the fiscal year ending March 31st 2022 – so that doesn’t even include the money earned for toppling Whyte and Chisora.
Fury is the only director and sole shareholder of Tyson Fury Ltd, which saw an increase in value from £39.5 million to £52.5 million last year.
With the mammoth purses of his last two fights as well as a lucrative Netflix fee to be included in next years statements, it’s safe to say ‘The Gypsy King’ can expect an even more profitable return come March of this year.
An undisputed fight with unified world champion Oleksandr Usyk would perhaps prove more financially beneficial than all of the above combined, however, with huge site fee offers from the Middle East already reportedly received.
There has been speculation on social media that Fury could make close to £100 million if the historic clash with Usyk is finalised for this spring.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is said to be very enthusiastic about hosting the first undisputed heavyweight world title fight in over two decades, and is an early front runner to land the event.
Having already hosted Usyk’s rematch with Anthony Joshua last year, the Saudis have already proven they’re willing to put their money where their mouth is when it comes to putting on the biggest fights.