‘The Saudi Arabian King Is Coming Back’: Tyson Fury Teases a Return to the UAE

Published 01/01/2022, 6:53 AM EST
Boxing – Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder – WBC Heavyweight Title – T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. – October 9, 2021 Tyson Fury celebrates with the belts after winning the fight against Deontay Wilder REUTERS/Steve Marcus

‘The Gypsy King’ is back. Tyson Fury was on a break from boxing as he toured the UK and went on vacation shortly after. However, the WBC heavyweight champion is back in action as he began training.

Fury took to his social media to let his fans know he is back in training. Fury also revealed his plans for his return to boxing. “In the gym guys, smashing it, absolutely smashing it. The Saudi Arabian king is coming back. Get up there my boy. Some big news coming, hold tight.” Fury said.


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Fury last fought against Deontay Wilder on October 9 in 2021. The highly awaited trilogy more than delivered to the hype. That fight went down as one of the best heavyweight fights and trilogies of all time.

Fury came out the victor after knocking Wilder out in the 11th round for the third and final time to hold on to his WBC heavyweight title. Following his fight against ‘The Bronze Bomber’, Fury made his wishes known.

Fury wanted to fight in early 2022, around February or March, come what may. With this latest news of Fury back in the gym, fans are eagerly waiting for the next fight announcement.


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According to the hints that Fury is giving, his next fight may well be in the UAE. Fellow British heavyweight Anthony Joshua is also currently training in Dubai.

Francis Ngannou calls out Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder

The reigning UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou called out ‘The Gypsy King’ and ‘The Bronze Bomber’ amid contractual disagreements with the UFC. “It’s always been down the line. This is something I’m not taking my eyes off of.”

“It’s gonna happen, either way. Even if, when the UFC and I finalize a deal, the boxing part has to be into it because I can’t see myself retire without boxing,” Ngannou said.


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Ngannou is not looking to fight any amateur boxers. He wants the best of the best. “Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder. I would like to test myself to that level,” Ngannou told TMZ Sports.


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Although Ngannou has been a UFC fighter his entire life, he is one of the most vicious strikers the UFC has ever seen. Ngannou possesses one-punch knockout power and if he can replicate that in boxing gloves, he will be a major problem for anyone in the division.



Allan Binoy

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Allan Binoy is a Boxing writer at EssentiallySports. Currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in English Literature from Loyola College, Allan fuses his love for literature and the sport of boxing to deliver quality copies about 'The Sweet Science.' Allan is a semi-professional soccer player for Diego Juniors FC.