Tyson Fury’s association with Irish cartel leader Daniel Kinahan is costing him ‘millions’ of WWE PPV money

Tyson Fury, the current WBC heavyweight champion, is looking for a new opponent and has even mentioned three English names he would like to fight next in order to establish his boxing legacy.

This Englishman was supposed to visit the US to participate in a Royal Rumble match at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas, in January, but the US authorities denied his entry.

Tyson Fury WWE
Tyson Fury WWE (credit: Getty)

His previous relationship with Irish cartel leader Daniel Kinahan is considered the reason for this denial; even his half-brother Tommy Fury was denied entry.

While interviewing with SkySports, The Gypsy King previously stated that he doesn’t regret being somehow connected with the head of an Irish crime gang, as life is too short to regret.

“As I say, none of my interest, none of my concern at all. I don’t regret anything; life is too short for regrets. None of my business or concern. Someone asked me about Ukraine recently, but none of my concerns or business. Nothing to with me. I keep my own business to myself.”

Tyson Fury with Daniel Kinahan
Tyson Fury with Daniel Kinahan (Credit: Tyson Fury)

But it seems this time the 34-year-old boxer might be regretting it, as this denial will cost him millions of dollars, as he also got a deal to participate in WrestleMania 39 in Los Angeles in April.

In the same interview, Fury said that he is ready to listen to what the US government will say because he wants to avoid trouble with them.

“What the US have said they’ve said, and that’s it, we have to listen to the government, and that’s what we do. End of. Because I don’t want to get into trouble with the US government, and I never have been, and that’s it.”

In his first appearance, this undefeated boxer defeated Braun Strowman, and later on, he made a surprise cameo on “Clash of the Castle” in Wales in August.

Saifullah Nayem

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