Tyson Fury declares he’ll beat Deontay Wilder as many times as they fight!
Fresh off his second round knockout destruction of the over-matched Tom Schwarz on June 15, Tyson Fury has turned his attention in the direction of WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder!
Following their highly controversial draw in December 2018, the two men are closing in on a first quarter rematch in 2020. That, of course, hinges on both men closing out 2019 with wins in their upcoming bouts.
After the first performance where Fury, for all intents and purposes, wasn’t as sharp or well conditioned as fans and members of his team would have liked him in a match-up of that caliber, he still managed to put on an excellent performance against the champion; minus the two knockdowns.
Fury minced no words on how much better he thinks he can be in the rematch.
“You know, Deontay Wilder is coming. This fight’s gonna happen. There was three horses in the heavyweight division, and then there was two. I already beat him once, so I’ll beat him again and again and again!
He ain’t gonna fight 50 percent of Tyson Fury anymore. He’s gonna get a fully-match fit, back-active, back-sharp Tyson Fury.”
It’s safe to say Fury will be an even tougher out this time than before for Wilder. The question for Wilder is, “will he be able to up his game in the rematch?” We’ll just have to wait and see come 2020!
By: Jerrell Fletcher