BRITAIN’S most notorious prisoner is reportedly planning a boxing fight comeback with Tyson Fury when he is freed from prison.
charles bronson, quien ha pasado 47 años en la cárcel, has kept himself in good nick during his time behind bars.
And he now plans to get in touch with reigning WBC heavyweight champion Furia to brush up on his fighting skills.
The ‘Gypsy King’, who is set to fight Derek Chisora in a trilogy bout next, is a former pen pal of Bronson.
Bronson hopes to use any potential winnings as a deposit on a seaside cottage with one promoter reportedly offering a six-figure, de acuerdo a El espejo.
The notorious inmate reportedly told his ex that “fighting just one man would be like eating beans on toast”.
Ex-wife Irene Dunroe said the armed robber and jail brawler talked about his vision in a phone call from Woodhill prison in Milton Keynes, Dólares.
Ella añadió: “Charlie told me he agreed to a £100,000 comeback fight.
“He said ‘It’s honest money and getting in the ring with one person is like eating beans on toast’.”
Bronson had a brief career as a bare-knuckle fighter during one of his short stints outside jail in the 80s.
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And despite his age, Irene questioned how many would have the mettle to test themselves against Bronson on the canvas.
Irene said: “How many will have the guts to get in a ring with Charlie? While he has a notorious reputation for violence, he’s very disciplined and hard to beat.”
First arrested as a petty criminal, he was convicted and sentenced in 1974 to seven years’ imprisonment for armed robbery.
But he was later locked up for life after repeatedly having his sentence increased for attacking prison staff and taking them hostage.
And the hardened prisoner even has another unlikely dream according to his ex-wife.
Irene revealed that Bronson has hopes of singing on Britain’s Got Talent.
And the 70-year-old is even considering a duet with ex-gangster Dave Courtney with Irene saying “él (Bronson) has such a lovely voice”.
Bronson has not been given an official release date as he is being held indefinitely.
En 2017, he insisted that he will be out “sooner than a lot think”, but he still remains behind bars.