Tyson Fury made good on his promise to beat Dillian Whyte at the iconic Wembley Stadium.
Once he left his opponent in very bad shape with 10 seconds left in the sixth round, he raised his fist high and descended from the ring with glory on his back.
And no wonder, just four years ago nobody bet on his comeback after he succumbed to the temptation of the world of drugs.
However, thanks to the work of his trainers and the love of his family, Tyson extended his legend to 32 fights undefeated with another promise, to retire to rest thinking about not fighting again.
The World Boxing Council (WBC) world heavyweight champion only needed 18 minutes to make his power felt.
Fury earned approximately $33.3 million of the $41.2 million at stake.
Under this approach, the Manchester fighter earned $1.9 million for every minute he stood in the ring.
At 33 years old, he made peace with all his detractors as his victory was resounding and seconds later he reiterated that there will be no more fights, as he no longer has to prove anything to anyone.
“I wanted to fight at home, I owed it to the fans. I think this is it for me, I think this is my last run. I’ve been two-time undisputed champion, I have 150 million in the bank, I don’t have to prove anything to anyone,” he said after conquering 23 knockouts.
While waiting to see what happens with his career, Tyson Fury will continue to earn money for advertising, as several brands have already had their eye on him to be one of their ambassadors, without the need for him to fight again.