Deontay Wilder and Dillian Whyte exchange heated insults as heavyweight rivals welcome long-awaited grudge fight
"It's a shame that Tyson Fury is going to beat him again and then I won't get to fight him. He'll retire, run into the abyss and never be seen again"; Dillian Whyte reacts after Deontay Wilder welcomes grudge fight Deontay Wilder has warned Dillian Whyte "soon we shall see each other" but the Brixton man says his "confused" American rival will "run" from their grudge fight.
Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will face-off for the third time on July 24 - but fans aren't happy with ticket prices for the huge summer bout at the T-Mobile Arena Fight fans are in fits over the cost of tickets to watch Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder III in July.
Boxing heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder is among the sports stars who worked in factories, construction, and fast food before the football pitch, the boxing ring, and the UFC octagon While some sports stars have never had to work a normal job in their life, many had to pay their dues in other careers before they could pursue their sporting dreams.
Tyson Fury has backed Conor McGregor to win ‘in style’ against Dustin Poirier in July – but warned his career could be over if he falls short again. McGregor and Poirier headline UFC 264 on 10 July in their third meeting, with each man holding a win to their name.
Tyson Fury insists his father was just showing his protective side during an explosive interview where he blasted the ‘leaches’ who contributed to the collapse of the Anthony Joshua fight. ‘The Gypsy King’ is set to fight Deontay Wilder on 24 July after a successful arbitration case from the American’s legal team enforced the trilogy fight and dashed hopes of an all-British summer showdown to unify the heavyweight division.
Tyson Fury admits he has NO interest in ever having an MMA fight but insists he would take on UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou in the cage if it was a boxing match with no wrestling or grappling
Boxing world champion Tyson Fury has ruled out ever taking part in a MMA fight The Gypsy King's teased a potential mega-fight with UFC star Francis Ngannou Fury said he'd fight Ngannou in the cage, providing boxing rules were in place Tyson Fury has categorically ruled out ever having an MMA fight - but insisted he would fight Francis Ngannou in the cage with boxing rules in place.
Tyson Fury has blasted Anthony Joshua and Eddie Hearn, labelling the pair as “businessmen” and claiming he will “give them the biggest beatdown they have had in their lives” The Gypsy King Tyson Fury has called out long-time rivals Anthony Joshua and Eddie Hearn, claiming that the pair only care about money and aren’t in the fight game for the right reasons.
Tyson Fury warns close friend Billy Joe Saunders that not fighting again 'will haunt him forever' and backs the Briton to 'come back, regroup and win another world title' after fracturing his eye socket in Canelo Alvarez defeat
Billy Joe Saunders is recovering from a fractured eye socket after his Canelo loss The 31-year-old has been warned he could spend a long time in recovery Tyson Fury has urged his close friend not to call time on his boxing career The Gypsy King and Saunders have been friends since the pair were teenagers
He claimed the Bronze Bomber is the most dangerous heavyweight in the world Tyson Fury has labelled Anthony Joshua a 'businessman' and claimed Deontay Wilder would knock out his British rival in the first round. Fury was due to take on Joshua in a mega-fight in Saudi Arabia in August but he will now face Wilder in Las Vegas on July 24, following an arbitration ruling.
Tyson Fury has changed his mind on who is going to win the heavyweight title fight between Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk - just days after tipping the Ukrainian to pull off a major upset. But Usyk (18-0, 13 KOs), 34, of Simferopol, Ukraine, a former undisputed cruiserweight champion, has had some difficulties in adapting to the new weight class, and scraped past Dereck Chisora last time out.
The Gypsy King Tyson Fury has claimed that upcoming opponent Deontay Wilder would knock out the unified world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua in just one round Despite his heated rivalry with Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury has claimed that the Bronze Bomber would handle Anthony Joshua with ease, insisting that Wilder is “the most dangerous heavyweight in the world who would knock out Joshua in the first round.”
Fury's father had said his son needed to go to Saudi Arabia and fight Anthony Joshua, instead of taking a trilogy bout with Wilder in America Tyson Fury has said that his father John was just being protective in his explosive interview where he pleaded with his son to rethink fighting Deontay Wilder for a third time.
Ticket prices have been released for Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder’s third fight next month in Las Vegas – and boxing fans better start saving now if they want to be one of the lucky ones in attendance. The cheapest seat for the fight on July 24 at the T-Mobile Arena – in the venue’s upper dome – will set fans back a cool $505 (approx £361), according to the Daily Star.
TYSON FURY backed Anthony Joshua to beat 'pumped up cruiserweight' Oleksandr Usyk and walk 'straight through' him. Joshua is set to face his mandatory challenger Usyk in September after an undisputed title decider with Fury collapsed. The WBC champion instead has to fight Deontay Wilder in a trilogy bout on July 24.
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DEONTAY WILDER insisted Tyson Fury has 'a lot to worry about' in their trilogy fight - and denied being knocked out by his rival. The heavyweights drew in 2018 but Fury emerged a decisive winner two years later with a seventh-round stoppage. It leaves the odds stacked against Wilder in their immediate rematch, made worse after the American gave a litany of excuses following his loss.
TYSON FURY is open to fighting in a cage with MMA gloves - but ruled out a UFC switch as he said grappling is 'not noble science'. The unbeaten WBC heavyweight champion has hinted at debuting in the octagon once he hangs up his boxing gloves. And Fury, 32, even spent some time training with former UFC title challenger Darren Till, 28, in 2019 working on MMA.
Tyson Fury has claimed he is open to fighting in a cage, but has no interest in trading his boxing career for a stint in the UFC Tyson Fury is open to a potential bout in a cage with 4oz MMA gloves, but has ruled out a future bout in the UFC, with the Gypsy King stating “I’ve got no real interest in grappling up and down on the floor.”
Wilder has previously vowed to 'legally murder' Fury - and the American boxer has made another wild claim ahead of the heavyweight rivals' trilogy fight in Las Vegas next month Deontay Wilder has reiterated his desire to "do more than just knock out" Tyson Fury when the heavyweight rivals clash for their trilogy fight next month.