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Tyson Fury says he'd unretire to fight Anthony Joshua for free at Wembley

Tyson Fury would fight Anthony Joshua at Wembley - if fans were allowed free entry.

The Gypsy King - who went into retirement after beating Dillian Whyte with a sixth-round knockout in Wembley in April – has now teased the possibility of a return to face Anthony Joshua as long as the fight takes place in Wembley Stadium and is free for the fans.

Fury is hoping that Joshua wins his rematch against Oleksandr Usyk, that’s due to take place in Saudi Arabia on August 20 so the fight comes to fruition.

The British fighter said: “I swear to God, I hope he wins the fight against Usyk so I can come out of retirement and fight him for free.

“However, the terms are this: I want it at Wembley Stadium, I want it free to enter, and I want it on free-to-air television in this country.

“I mean what I’m saying: I’ll fight him for free in England, not in a foreign country for more money; here, for free, for the people."

The WBC world champion previously stated that he’d be able to punch Ukrainian fighter Usyk around the ring as he’s not a true heavyweight.

He told talkSPORT: “It’s never gonna happen because I’m retired,

“But let’s just say I’d punch him round the ring, because he’s a middleweight, blown up.

“I’ve already been the undisputed champion, I’ve won every single belt there is to win. I’ve got nothing more to do, I am out, fully retired. Done.”

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