Tyson Fury has outlined that he wants to become a doctor once he retires from boxing.
Despite inactivity, the heavyweight is still planning for what he wants to do when he decides to retire for good.
"I had a choice and I chose boxing first but, after boxing, I am going to be a doctor," Fury told the Sun.
"I made that decision a few years ago. I am going to be a doctor and I am going to help people. When I have finished in a few years, I'll still only be in my early 30s. Then I'll study for the next seven years to be a doctor.
"If I'm 40 and a qualified doctor, I'm still a young doctor. That is what I intend to do. I studied very hard at school but I turned to sport because that was my calling -- and I've got to the highest level in that.
"Whatever I put my mind to, I do well. I think doctors and nurses do a fantastic job, they're underpaid and without them we'd be in a lot of trouble."
Fury suffered with his mental health after his victory over Klitschko, and he is using his comeback to encourage others to overcome their own demons.
"Before I was a boxer, but with the trials and tribulations I'm a real person," Fury said at a press conference announcing his return to boxing.
"This isn't just a fight for Tyson Fury, this is a fight for depression, mental health problems. I've been as low as any man can go and as high as any man can go. You can always overcome these problems."