Frank Warren, co-promoter of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, is not concerned with the recent statements from World Boxing Council President Mauricio Sulaiman.
Fury was in action last month, when he knocked out Dillian Whyte before a crowd of 94,000 at Wembley Stadium in London.
After the fight, Fury expressed his desire to retire from the sport.
Since that contest, Fury has taken part in several interviews where he double downed on his retirement.
In a recent interview, Sulaiman revealed that his organization will be contacting Fury in the coming weeks to confirm his future plans in the sport.
If Fury intends to retire, then Sulaiman would like to see him vacate the belt.
According to Warren, nobody is going to force Fury's hand.
“No-one’s going to tell Tyson Fury what to do,” said Warren to The Mirror. “The only person who will tell Tyson Fury what to do will be Paris or himself.
“There’s nothing for the WBC to assess. I don’t see any relevance because there’s no mandatory due, so what are they going to talk about? Why would they strip him? He’s got no mandatory due. The only time he gets stripped is if he doesn’t fulfil his mandatory and he’s just had one, that’s it.
“Whatever he’s going to do, he’s going to do. I can’t tell him what he should do because he’s too intelligent for me to try and influence. He’s a very smart person, a very clever man. Listen, he may turn round and say tomorrow ‘You know what, I’m vacating the title’. He may want to do that.”
If the 33-year-old Fury decides to retire, then Warren will support his decision.
However, Warren does not want him to retire and then make a comeback years later.
“Is he going to fight again?” said Warren. “Who knows? There’s only one person who is going to make that decision and that will be him. Me, personally, I would not say to him ‘you need to fight’ because I would never go there with him. If someone’s not got it in their heart to fight, then they shouldn’t be in the ring because it’s the most-dangerous sport you can get involved in and you can get hurt.
"What I wouldn’t like him to do is retire now and then come back because he’s not reached his peak. I look at him and I think to come back two or three years’ later, he ain’t going to be at his peak. So fight at your best, whatever you do, do it when you’re at your best.
“Look at the his fight with Whyte, as much as it was a great event, it was a one-sided fight, he never lost a round. He dominated that fight from the moment it was signed, not just in the ring. He is a master at how he gets into people’s minds psychologically. The only other two fighters who’ve done that in my time watching boxing, was Muhammad Ali, who was a genius and Mike Tyson in the early days how he intimidated people and 95 percent of his opponents were beaten before they got in the ring.”