Tyson Fury’s wife Paris Fury has told talkSPORT that she expects him to retire from boxing within the next couple of years.
The ‘Gypsy King’ is on top of the world after KOing Deontay Wilder in their trilogy fight.
He currently reigns as the unbeaten WBC heavyweight world champion, but may not make his reign a long one.
Paris joined talkSPORT Breakfast on Monday and said: “I think for himself, I think he’ll probably do it for a few more years.
“He’s 33 now – I think maybe until he’s 35.
“I know Wladimir [Klitschko] and other men have gone on to being like 40, but do you keep going until you lose?
“I don’t know, I wouldn’t like to see that for Tyson. I wouldn’t like him to keep going and there’s always gonna be someone come up who’s younger and fresher if you are over the hill, too far gone.
“I just think maybe another two or three years and then Tyson should definitely hang up his gloves”.
The pair have six children to date – three boys and three girls.
Asked about the possibility of the kids following in their father’s footsteps, Paris added: “I worry about this.
“At the moment none of them seem to wanna be boxers, my eldest boy wants to do wrestling, my eldest girl said she wanted to do dance, now she wants to run her own business.
“The little ones are all just babies and manic.
“I don’t think I’d like it at all. I watched Tyson from being a young age and he always dominated the scene.
“But to watch someone come up in the ranks and be hit and watch your boy doing it, I just couldn’t imagine that.
“And my girls, I just think they’re too soft for it completely.
“I think the day will come surely. We have six, surely one of them will do it, but I don’t know what it’ll be like.”
Regarding what they do to relax as a family, she added: “We’re really normal people, which probably doesn’t sound normal to say.
“We tend to stay at home a lot, we watch a lot of TV.
“Netflix, Sky – we’re on them all the time, watching the movie channels.
“And then, if we go out, we take the kids for walks, to parks.
“We can’t go out in public a lot, it’s getting hard. Tyson’s so out there now and people respect him so much and want to be around him. It’s literally a nightmare to go anywhere…
“When we went over for Tyson’s fight in America we obviously have a lot of down time before the fight.
“We burned out the first series of Bridgerton – I don’t know if I should admit that!
“But literally it was so good and we burned the full first series out.
“That is what we did – we were binge watching the first few hours before the Wilder fight.
“I’ve gotta admit, we had to knock it off at certain times and fast forward certain scenes.”