Tyson Fury reveals plans to grow his hair back after fans were left shocked by long curly locks in younger days

TYSON FURY plans to grow his hair back while enjoying the quiet life in retirement.

The Gypsy King is looking forward to being an average joe and carrying out day-to-day tasks of taking his kids to school and going to the tip.


But he also plans to re-grow his luscious locks which he sported earlier in his career.

A fresh-faced Fury made his professional boxing debut aged 20 showing off his curls.

The heavyweight world champion also stunned fans with a throwback photo in March, showing him and wife Paris as a young couple.

Speaking to talkSPORT about his future, Fury said: "I am retired.

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"So what I wanna do is chill out with my family and enjoy the rest of my life.

"Who knows what the future holds? But as of yet I’m just enjoying myself and I’m gonna grow my hair back I think!

"I’ve got school runs with the kids, I’ve got my bin trips to the tip, washing cars down, haircuts, shaves, hoovering, cleaning up.

"The normal day-to-day stuff at home with the kids, family, and wife.

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"Weekends, I look forward to my weekends, I train all week. That’s it really, just enjoy life one day at a time.”

Fury wanted to fight in front of his loyal British fans one last time and he did so when he knocked out Dillian Whyte in the sixth round at Wembley last month.

He has since been asked whether he could try to unify the heavyweight division by beating Oleksandr Usyk or Anthony Joshua next – but Fury believes that chance has come and gone.

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