KSI hints he is 'RETIRED' from boxing as YouTube star throws doubt on Tommy Fury rematch and huge Jake Paul grudge fight | The Sun

KSI has hinted he is "RETIRED" from boxing – leaving future fights with Tommy Fury and Jake Paul in doubt.

The YouTube, music and crossover boxing star was beaten for the first time by Fury in a disputed decision loss last month.

KSI has since hired a legal team to appeal the result and revealed plans to take time away from the sport.

But while speaking on Logan Paul's podcast, the multimillionaire celebrity admitted he does not know where his boxing career stands.

KSI said: “Right now, I feel like I’ve retired. It’s weird. I haven’t trained since the fight.

"I’ve kind of just enjoyed my life. It’s weird because I'm like, 'I've got to train the next day. Wait, no I don't! I've got to watch what I eat. Wait, no I don't.

"It’s all these things that I would normally do, and I'm like I can just relax, play games.

"So I've been playing Overwatch, playing the new Spider-Man 2 game. I've been seeing my mates, Sidemen mates."

Fury, 24, has opened the door to a sequel after the controversy but KSI, 30, hit back: "F*** the rematches with Tommy Fury."

One bout that will elude KSI is a bitter bout with Logan's 26-year-old brother Jake.

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But KSI has refused to confirm whether he will remain in boxing to finally settle the score with his bitter American enemy.

He said: “It’s a huge fight, especially because the ego is on the line. Not even money, fame, whatever.

"It’s the ego. It’s pride. Who is going to be the YouTuber that falls down? That’s why everyone is like, ‘I need this.’"

KSI continued: "I think for right now, I'm just kind of enjoying myself. But we'll see."

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