Fury claims Wilder will be 'more dangerous' in fight three

‘He is more dangerous than the last fight’: Tyson Fury claims Deontay Wilder will be ‘hungry to prove his worth’ to the boxing world when they eventually fight for a third time

  • Tyson Fury recorded a stunning win over Deontay Wilder back in February
  • The American had a rematch clause in his contract that he has activated
  • Fury said he is willing to fight Wilder anywhere to put on a how post Covid-19

Tyson Fury is preparing for a Deontay Wilder that he has never seen before when they eventually meet the third instalment of their fierce rivalry.

Fury recorded a stunning win over Wilder in their second match in Las Vegas in February after their initial encounter was drawn. 

For part three, Fury knows he is encountering someone looking to reclaim his reputation, as well as his WBC heavyweight title belt

Tyson Fury believes his hardest fight with Deontay Wilder will come in the third match-up

Fury recorded a brilliant victory over rival Wilder back in February in Las Vegas

‘Heavyweight boxing takes one punch. Dismantle Deontay Wilder? It only takes one punch off Deontay Wilder,’ Fury told Sky Sports.

‘Still a very dangerous opponent, still a very hungry man, who is coming in there to prove his worth, to prove he can come back and become a two-time heavyweight champion.

‘More dangerous than the last fight, for sure.

‘Do you know what? It’s just a boxing match. It’s a boxing match, I don’t look at it like anything else. You win some, you lose some. You never can tell.’

Reports have emerged over the past few days that the next match-up could be held outside of the UK and USA due to the outbreak of coronavirus.

Fury now holds the WBC heavyweight title belt that he won off Wilder earlier this year

The Englishman is ready to fight again anywhere in the world after the coronavirus outbreak

Fury said he is willing to face Wilder anywhere.

‘I’ll get over there, nice and early, eight to 10 weeks beforehand. Put in a good, gruelling training camp,’ he explained.

‘Hopefully I’ll be injury-free and we’ll go out there and dance beneath the stars, in front of the world after the coronavirus.

‘It’s out of everybody’s hands, apart from people who are running the world, and unfortunately, I’m not one of those, and I’m glad I’m not because that job is difficult. Much more difficult than taking punches in the face for money.’ 




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