Tyson Fury shows his class again in meeting with young cancer patient River Rhodes


Tyson’s Fury showed what a class act he was after heartwarming moments with young cancer patient River Rhodes.

Fury has always been considered a champion in and out of the ring and he’s still shown people why.

The undefeated heavyweight champion was spotted meeting the seven-year-old boy, who is suffering from bone cancer.

Footage appeared online showing Fury playing football with River, who nutmegs him in the hallway.

Later, the boxer was seen hugging River, and he prayed with and for him as River continued his own battle with cancer.

The Brit said after his convincing victory over compatriot Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium that he had to hang up the gloves.

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Fury’s career had its ups and downs inside and outside the ring, despite all his troubles he was a master of the ring as he finished his career undefeated with a record 32 wins and a draw in 33 fights.

Although he is adamant that the fight against Whyte in April last year was his last, many boxing fans around the world are still hopeful that Fury can be tempted back into the ring.

And it will depend on whether Anthony Joshua wins his rematch against Oleksandr Usyk. Joshua and Fury have had a war of words for a long time, but a fight between the two never materialized.

They nearly agreed on a fight but Fury was then ordered to fight American Deontay Wilder for the third time.

Usyk gave Joshua a boxing lesson when the pair met at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in September 2021, the Ukrainian showed his class by dominating from start to finish and snatched the WBA, IBF, heavyweight titles WBO and IBO to Joshua.

Fury is believed to be continuing his training and keeping himself in shape, leading fans to believe that he hasn’t completely closed the door on his boxing career.

He will surely be keeping a close eye on the rematch between Joshua and Usyk which is due to take place in August in the Middle East.

Will Fury return to the ring? Only time will tell.


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