Tyson Fury Posts £13 Million Profit As The Gypsy King Banks £43 Million

Tyson Fury, the present holder of the WBC heavyweight title, has had a momentous year that has been financially rewarding as well.

Tyson Fury Posts £13 Million Profit As The Gypsy King Banks £43 Million

After the most expensive purse bid ever in boxing, Fury was given £25million for his victory against Dillian Whyte who was paid £5.5m for his unsuccessful first world title match.

Fury knocked out Whyte in April and then again triumphed over Derek Chisora when they had their third meeting earlier this month.

The 34 year-old earned a slightly lower amount at £21m for his overpowering victory against Chisora who was remunerated £2m for his courageous performance at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Fury is now in the process of signing a historic undisputed bout with Oleksandr Usyk, which is projected to take place during the early stages of 2023. 

Talks are rapidly advancing for a potentially lucrative boxing match where both contenders have the potential to become the inaugural four-belt heavyweight champion. 

In addition to this, Fury has recently submitted his tax return for the period from April 1, 2021, to March 31, 2022, and it seems his finances over this past year have been quite prosperous.

Kieran Maguire, a specialist in sports accountancy, had this to say over Fury’s finances by sharing a copy of his accounts: Successful year for Tyson Fury Ltd which made a £13m net profit to 31 March 2022 and finished the year with £43m in the bank.”

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