Fury, who is also a big fan of Manchester United, claimed that Ronaldo’s career is "on the slide."
The British boxer told TalkSport, “If you look at Cristiano Ronaldo, he is 37 years old, he has the best doctors and the best physiotherapists; he is living like an egg in Mr. Kipling’s cake."
“But even Ronaldo is on the slide now, so even someone who has looked after themselves like that, it catches up on you... So imagine a boxer who has been punched to pieces for the last 20 years.
“The age factor will not wait for anybody, no matter how long you have lived." "Whether you have never had a drink in your life or if you have never run on any hard surfaces, no matter who you are, age will get you eventually.”
Ronaldo, who is currently a free agent after his contract with Manchester United was terminated last month, has been in the news a lot recently.
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