26 Mar

Tony Bellew Considers a Boxing Return

Former world champion Tony Bellew has disclosed that a return to boxing could be on the horizon for him and explained under what conditions this would be possible. He also discussed a potential face-off against Carl Froch, which was proposed last year.

"Did Carl Froch really joke? With Carl, you never really know.

I don't know what the price would be for me to step into the ring and fight Carl in an exhibition match, but I can say the fight wouldn't go the distance.

Never say never. The fight wouldn't take place at Goodison Park, but Carl wouldn't hear the final bell, let me tell you that.

If someone offers me the right price, then unfortunately, I have to say, I'll be fighting again.

Everyone has a price, and everyone on social media can say what they like, but everyone needs to get paid. If the right price is offered, then you get fights," Bellew said.

Tony hasn't boxed since 2018. In his last professional fight, Bellew was knocked out by Oleksandr Usyk. Since then, there have been talks about his return, including a potential fight for a title in bridgerweight. However, discussions haven't progressed beyond talks.