Heavyweight boxing superstar Tyson Fury said that he might consider filming adult movies in the future.

Ahead of his heavyweight bout against Otto Wallin, Fury came to Los Angeles to attend press conferences for the fight. While the British boxing star is busy with the pressers, he still managed to find time to sit with boxing legend Mike Tyson.

In the most recent episode of “Hot Boxin’ with Mike Tyson,” Fury discussed several issues about his career. The episode highlighted Fury’s statement about Andy Ruiz Jr. In the first part of the episode, Fury can be heard repeating his statement about beating Ruiz with just one hand.

Another highlight of the episode was when Fury was asked if he will be interested in acting. Fury answered “no” but later stated that he might be interested if it is an adult movie.

“Not really, to be fair,” Fury answered when asked about acting.

“You never know what the future also, maybe if it was a pornographic movie then,” Fury revealed.

Back in boxing, Fury has been linked with two of the biggest names in heavyweight division today. Aside from Ruiz, his talked-about rematch with Deontay Wilder is still hanging in the air.

Wilder already stated that he isn’t interested in fighting Fury again. In fact, Wilder wanted Fury to “step aside” so he can fight the winner of Ruiz vs. Joshua rematch.

“I would want him (Fury) to step aside, which I think he would do anyway. I think he would, but I would want him to do it as well, to give a unification,” Wilder told 78Sports TV.

But just a few days ago, Fury responded and claimed that Wilder is just “terrified” to face him again.

"Deontay 'Bronze Bollocks' Wilder is a dosser and he knows he is," Fury told CBS Sports.

"I see all that stuff about how he wants me to step aside. Step aside to what? He's terrified of the Gypsy King. He couldn't beat the Gypsy King when I had three years out of the ring on alcohol and drugs. How is he going to beat the Gypsy King now that I've been training for two years. Come on! ,” Fury said.

Fury even clarified that it would take a huge amount of money for him to step aside.

"[Stepping aside] depends how much they want to pay me because I ain't stepping aside. That's not quite how it works and it's very costly work," Fury pointed out.

Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury
Many felt Tyson Fury comfortably defeated Deontay Wilder in their title fight. In this picture, Fury punches Wilder in the seventh round fighting to a draw during the WBC Heavyweight Championship at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, Dec. 1, 2018. Harry How/Getty Images