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Tyson Fury is the number one heavyweight on the planet.

After running 2-0-1 with Deontay Wilder over an absorbing trilogy, the “Gypsy King” cemented his standing at the top of the tree in style – confirmed by Anthony Joshua’s second career loss at the hands of Oleksandr Usyk.

Fury is unbeaten in 32 contests spanning 14 years and is looking to cement his legacy in 2022 by landing super-fights. 

The 33-year-old is as exceptional of a heavyweight as he is unique.

He is fleet of foot like a flyweight, but towers over all of his opposition with a 6ft 9in frame.

A recent connection with SugarHill Steward – nephew of the legendary Kronk trainer Emanuel Steward – added destructive punch-power to his armoury and it’s hard to imagine Fury starting as an underdog in any contest on the near horizon.

Fury is the lineal heavyweight king in ownership of the Ring Magazine belt and the WBC belt but will be looking to reclaim the gold he was stripped of following his 2015 upset of Wladimir Klitschko in Dusseldorf. 

A weight increase from 18-27 stone followed this win, and since 2018 Fury has been on an incredibly successful and inspiring comeback journey.

Fury currently holds our number one spot in the UK’s pound-for-pound rankings and is down at eight in the world.

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Tyson Fury cemented his position as the number 1 heavyweight on the planet in April as he stopped Dillian Whyte in 6 rounds after landing a huge uppercut.

Fury dominated the fight inside Wembley Stadium, announcing his “retirement” after the contest, but we’re not sure the “Gypsy King” is done just yet…

There is still a market available for the long-awaited meeting of Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua.

You would assume that Joshua would have to beat Oleksandr Usyk first to bring some belts to the table, but if they did meet in 2022, William Hill have Fury a 2/5 favourite, with Joshua out at 5/2.

Hey, there is always the chance that Tyson Fury will scrap this heavyweight queue altogether and take on a UFC fighter… right?

Fury and Francis Ngannou of the UFC have been enjoying a social media war of words over the past couple of weeks, with rumours circulating that there could be some kind of “cross-over” event born out of it.

Stranger things have happened…

Next fight: TBA

Tyson Fury’s Boxing Record

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What can we expect from Tyson Fury in 2022?

Fury is peaking in the sport and would be foolish not to reap the rewards as much as possible in a year where there are fighters queuing up to face him.

Anthony Joshua is still the ‘money fight’, but if Oleksandr Usyk repeats his victory over the Briton then there will be noises made for an undisputed fight between the Ukrainian and Fury at the back-end of 2022.

Fury fought just once in 2020 and 2021 – with help from the pandemic – but there is a big chance we could see the “Gypsy King” take to the ring twice in 2022.

How to Watch Tyson Fury Boxing

Tyson Fury fights will either be shown on BT Sport or Sky Sports boxing in the United Kingdom, depending on how TV contracts are decided.