By now it is known to most boxing loving fan that Fury is going to meet Wilder on February 22, 2020.It’s going to be an exciting match for Fury and Wilder fans, which is due for a long time in boxing world. Speculation has already been started about the winner of the match. Whoever may be the winner, no doubt it is going to be a clash of the Titans.
It was October 2019 when Fury versus Brawan Strawman (from WWE) was making headlines. Both are so powerful as an athletic that the entire world was glued up to their television set to watch their rivalry. Fury said. “I am undefeated in 30 professional contests and when I go to Saudi Arabia to fight Braun Strowman, I will still be undefeated. I am going there to knock Braun Strowman out.”
Strowman had a warning for his opponent, saying “in WWE, we don’t wear gloves; you are coming into my world.” Fury own that “Crown Jewel” rivalry event in Saudi Arabia on Oct. 31. Many says WWE matches are scripted. Anyways coming back to Fury Vs Wilder match. TYSON FURY claims he will retreat to his Morecambe home and “never sniff boxing again” if he cannot beat Deontay Wilder in their rematch. Fury, 31, said: “If I cannot beat Deontay Wilder then I am no good. “I will go back to Morecambe and never sniff boxing again. I will be s***, total s***. “That is how confident I am of kicking him all over that ring. There is no losing and if he wants a rematch then he will lose again.
“I look at Wilder and I don’t see a tough fight. “People go on about him being the biggest puncher in heavyweight history but Wilder has fought 35 stiffs. “Here in America they call them ‘tomato cans’. “He has only had probably seven competitive fights, where people have tried to fight back.”
Tyson Fury insists he still has “a lot of options open” with just three fights left on his £80 million Top Rank contract. The heavyweight champion appeared on Good Morning Britain on Wednesday morning – but refused to reveal too much about his plans beyond this weekend. Fury steps back into the ring for his eagerly-anticipated rematch with Deontay Wilder on Saturday night, desperate to claim the WBC heavyweight world title. But what happens next is still up in the air. Fury said: “I’ve got three fights left on my contract, I’m 31 years old. “We’ll take one at a time, there are a lot of options open.” On the other hand Deontay Wilder, 34, has amassed a £23million fortune during a boxing career that’s left many of his opponents dazed and confused and hitting the canvas. As Wilder gears up to face Tyson Fury at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on February 22, SunSport takes a look at the Tuscaloosa, Alabama native’s fine garage. Ex-world champ Joseph Parker insists he has seen at first hand Fury will try to stop WBC king Wilder rather than just outbox him in his typical style. “I think Tyson is going to try to knock Wilder out at some stage of the fight, for sure.”