Tyson Fury says he will relocate to the United States after his rematch with Wladimir Klitschko because he does not feel accepted in Great Britain.
The 27-year-old will defend his WBA and WBO heavyweight titles against the Ukrainian in Manchester on July 9, taunting Klitschko that he "couldn't beat a fat man" at their press conference on Wednesday.
After that, he is ready to pack his bags and head across the Atlantic Ocean.
Fury, who has courted outrage with a string of controversial comments on homosexuality and abortion, believes he is treated like a "bum" in his own country and deserves better.
"I am not accepted in this country," Fury told British newspapers. "I am a gypsy and that's it. I will always be a gypsy, I'll never change. I will always be fat and white and that's it.
"I am the champion yet I am thought of as a bum. I am moving out of the country. I am going to America where champions are better thought of.
"I am moving to Los Angeles where people have a better life. I made the decision last week to go where people admire success."