Saturday , December 4 2021

Tony Bellew refused: former world cruiser champion calls time on box office career


Tony Bellew, the former World Cruise Championship, has his pensjoen of the boxing.

The 35-year-old was arrested on November 10 that he would no longer fight, right after his eight-year knock-out defeated by Oleksandr Usyk as he failed in his bid to consolidate the division.

Bellew did not return to his promises when he posted a video on social media on Thursday officially announcing his hand gloves.

"It's time to leave the ring for a long time, the clock has been around for the last time and I want to thank you for the support that you have given over the years," said Bellew on Twitter.

"Today I'm announcing that I am officially direct, will no longer be fighting. The only thing you will see I'm going to do, trying to do and treat me."

Bellew, won 30 of his 34 wars, featuring two major wars against David Haye, said his greatest achievement was to be expanded by Ilunga Makabu in his favorite Goodison Park in 2016 to win the WBC winner.

When Belford asked how he would retire from his retirement, he would like: "Eddie (Hearn) gets 100 million for me and gives me a fight, what am I saying? , wow – that's probably what I say.

"Wow, and then go in and miss Eddie and come with board 100million and it may probably make depositions. The money is good, but money comes and goes is the best way to talk about it. "

British boxing, Frank Buno, pays his respect for Bellew, calling him a "real sportsman".

He tweeted: "Where's Tony Bellew best for every one he decides to take along, he is an entertaining real sportsman, I know I can handle his hand for everything Change, enjoy your retirement and I ask you to see what's next. "

Additional reporting by the Press Association

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