Tyson Fury's odds of shock retirement slashed after controversial draw against Deontay Wilder

The Gyspy King branded his controversial draw a "robbery" as punters are lumping money on him hanging up his gloves.

Fury outboxed the American but hit the canvas twice at the Staples Centre in Los Angles in the ninth and the 12th round.

Both heavyweights called for a rematch after the fight following the controversy and frustration among boxing fans.

But Fury's odds of retiring before fighting either Wilder or Anthony Joshua have been cut to just 9/2 from 10/1 by SportNation.

The odds have been slashed as punters have piled on Fury to walk away from the sport.

However the odds of a rematch with Wilder is the firm favourite at 1/8, ahead of a bout against Anthony Joshua which is 1/5.

SportNation spokeswoman Georgia Wilson said: "When it comes to Fury being unconventional, all bets are off.

"Whilst fans and bookies alike would be devastated should he call time his career, the odds suggest he might not want to run the risk of being robbed again."

She added:"However, should the rematch go ahead, having been knocked down not once but twice and coming back with a vengeance, it's a certainty the Old Trafford, Wembley or Vegas crowd are in for a treat again."

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