It looks like Tyson Fury has a new style!
Former unified heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (30-0-1, 21KOs) is finally champion again after a seventh round destruction of the previously unbeaten and long reigning WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder (42-1-1, 41KOs).
Prior to the rematch, Fury announced a switch of trainers from Ben Davison to Javan “Sugarhill” Steward. As the nephew of the late great hall of fame trainer Emmanuel Steward, Sugarhill had tons of pressure on him going into this fight.
How could he help Tyson Fury improve on his first fight performance against Wilder?
KRONK STYLE THATS HOW!
A Detroit native Steward, incorporated the physicality to the finesse style of Fury which proved to be entirely too much for the Alabama native! Obviously the Kronk environment played a pivotal role in the success Fury had.
If you’re an heavyweight out there looking to square off with Fury in the future, expect the same type of style he utilized against Wilder according to his trainer.
In speaking to fighthype.com, Sugarhill warned unified champion Anthony Joshua of the same potential in a possible fight.
“Wow who would expect that?” It wasn’t a secret and that’s the way he’ll fight from now.”
Tyson Fury showed why he’s of the top class within the heavyweight division. If he continues on this path he may end his career unbeaten.
By: Jerrell Fletcher