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Frank Warren says Tyson Fury is “not interested” in discussing his boxing future, but insists the heavyweight champion will return to the ring.

The Gypsy King triumphed in his WBC title fight in Las Vegas after an exciting back-and-forth to complete the magnificent trilogy.

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Fury will take well-deserved break from boxing, says Frank Warren

Fury had been waiting since February 2020 to get his hands on the Bronze Bomber following the COVID epidemic, contractual difficulties and complications surrounding the birth of his daughter.

Considering how long it took to face Wilder, Fury admitted he was considering his next stint in boxing amid speculation it could be Dillian Whyte next.

Still, Warren believes the 33-year-old needs to get away from the ring entirely to focus on his family affairs.

“I spoke to him yesterday,” Warren told talkSPORT. “We had a little chat yesterday and we didn’t talk about boxing.

Frank Warren says Tyson Fury is ‘not interested in boxing’ at the moment, but will talk to Gypsy King about his future soon as the champion spends quality time with his family

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“At the moment, he’s not interested. He’s been at camp for 20 months, an unfortunate break as his newborn daughter was taken to intensive care twice which interrupted his training and, of course, COVID.

“Other than that he’s trained and trained and trained and now it’s quality time with his family.

“We have plenty of time to talk about the upcoming fights, so in a few weeks when he’s ready, we can pick up the phone when he’s ready and we can chat.”

Speaking after the victory, the Gypsy King praised the technical advice he received from trainer SugarHill Steward during the fight, the man who remained by his side throughout his camps.

Frank Warren says Tyson Fury is ‘not interested in boxing’ at the moment, but will talk to Gypsy King about his future soon as the champion spends quality time with his family

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Wilder had occasional moments where he rocked Fury, but the Briton had regained control

Fury said: “I have to thank my coach. At the end, he said to me: “run your jab, only big dogs take it out late”.

“It was on the edge of the siege and could have gone either way. SugarHill made me knock him out late.

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Frank Warren says Tyson Fury is ‘not interested in boxing’ at the moment, but will talk to Gypsy King about his future soon as the champion spends quality time with his family

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