Tyson Fury has next four fights mapped out!
Former unified heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has revealed a very ambitious four fight plan that includes two fights with WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder and a fight with the winner of the Andy Ruiz vs Anthony Joshua rematch.
He revealed his plans in a interview conducted with BT sports.
“I’ll fight Wallin, Wilder, Wilder [again] and Ruiz-Joshua winner if they’re available.
“I got Wallin in September, Wilder February 22, I want the rematch in June or July and if I come out unscathed I’ll fight in December.”
Those are some lofty ambitions for Fury who’s been extremely active since ending his almost three year layoff last year. What we do know is that the Otto Wallin fight and Deontay Wilder rematch are definitely happening.
Outside of that, however, remains up in the air. Recently Wilder came out and stated that he would prefer Fury step aside and allow him to face Andy Ruiz in a fight that would determine an undisputed heavyweight champion.
Fury swiftly came out and debunked that from Wilder. However, first and foremost Ruiz would have to duplicate his first fight performance against Joshua, which won’t be easy at all.
Secondly, Wilder would have to defeat the dangerous southpaw Cuban power puncher Luis Ortiz in their November 23 rematch.
Everybody mentioned by Fury including himself has to take care of their business before venturing off to far in the future.
3kingsboxing.com will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as they become available.
By: Jerrell Fletcher