His wife Paris said Tyson Fury would only return to the ring for a unification title match, while “The Gypsy King” retained the WBC Heavyweight Championship with a technical knockout victory over Dillian White in his final fight.

Fury, who struggled on the right to beat Watt in the sixth round at Allout Wembley, said after the match that he would keep his promise to retire with his wife Paris.

However, Paris has said that Anthony Joshua could return to the fight for the undisputed world title against the winner of the rematch with 33-year-old Alexander Eusek. Usik defeated Joshua in September to take the WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO belts.

“I want him out now,” Paris told BT Sports. There is nothing more to prove. ” “If he has anything left, I’ll say, ‘Yes, Tyson, you do.’ But he has no proof.

“So unless he really wants to box, and if he’s just doing it for money or fame, he doesn’t need to. He is the most famous man on the planet tonight. “

“For Tyson to continue boxing, it seems to be a reason and I know in my heart, I think the only reason for Tyson’s return is a united fight.”

After Saturday’s win, Fury extended his unbeaten record with 23 knockouts to 32 wins and one draw.