• Tyson Fury comes out of retirement with a historic accolade in mind
  • Fury bares that he will be trained by Isaac Lowe
  • The possibility of facing MMA star Francis Ngannou has hardly gained traction

Tyson Fury retired back in April, but boxing pundits had an inkling that this was temporary.

As it turns out, they were right with "The Gypsy King" announcing on social media that he plans to fight anew.

Fury last fought Dillian Whyte four months ago, winning via technical knockout in the sixth round to retain the WBC and The Ring heavyweight titles.

But it appears the 33-year-old heavyweight boxing champion realized something in the short sabbatical.

In a Twitter post, Fury revealed how he could make history by becoming the first heavyweight world champion to have two trilogies.

"I've decided to come back to boxing because I can be the first heavyweight world champion in history to have two trilogies. One with Deontay Wilder and the second one with Derek Chisora. I'd always say I'd fight Derek Chisora at the end of my career, and here we are breaking all records again, setting precedents," Fury stated.

Chisora has already faced Fury twice--one in 2011 and the other in 2014--with the Brit prevailing in both encounters.

The 38-year-old Chisora is coming off a decision win over Kubrat Pulev just last month.

In a report by ESPN, a potential Fury vs. Chisora fight could happen in December at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.

The one who will train Fury for this potential third meeting versus Chisora will be Isaac Lowe.

The reason behind this, according to Fury, is that the 28-year-old coach knows him better.

"He's always given me information, he knows me better than anybody on the planet and we're a great team. We've always been together and we're gonna finish this out together. We've always worked very well together and here we are about to take on a massive, massive, massive event," Fury stated.

Before the decision to return to active boxing, Fury was making headlines teasing a possible fight with UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou.

The 35-year-old mixed martial artist appeared interested in the crossover fight, especially considering his contract situation with the UFC.

Ngannou has already fought out his existing UFC contract and is expected to be a free agent in 2023.

As of this writing, it has yet to be known if a potential crossover fight between the Brit and the Cameroonian will become a reality.

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Tyson Fury is victorious as he defeats Dillian Whyte during their WBC heavyweight championship fight at Wembley Stadium on April 23, 2022 in London, England. Mikey Williams/Top Rank Inc via Getty Images