Tyson Fury Walks Away From Boxing (Vocabulary List)


World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has announced his decision to walk away from boxing. He tweeted, “On my 34th birthday I say bon voyage.”

Undefeated in 33 professional bouts, Fury had been one of the greatest fighters of the 21st century. Many boxing fans hoped to see him face the winner of the rematch between Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk!

Here is some useful vocabulary to help you understand Tyson Fury’s retirement!


Vocabulary

Walk Away

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Bon Voyage

Bon voyage - vocabulary graphic including meaning and example sentence 

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To reaffirm

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Undefeated

Undefeated - vocabulary graphic including meaning and example sentence 

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Bout

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Dosser

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Exhibition

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Rematch

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