Tyson Fury Plans Beating Deontay Wilder, Then Fight Anthony Joshua And Dillian Whyte
Former unified heavyweight world Titlist Tyson Fury has had his next three fights mapped out with a sequence which starts with his upcoming fight with Deontay Wilder, then Anthony Joshua with long standing WBC number 1 contender Dillian Whyte coming in last in his schedule.
The undefeated British fighter is currently preparing for a Rematch with WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder February 22 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
The two heavyweight kings battled to a controversial straight draw in their first fight back in December 2018, where Fury saw his huge points leveled when he was dropped twice in the ninth round and devastatingly in the 12th round of their first fight back in December 2018.
Despite his plans, there is Rematch clause on their on both sides of the fight which indicates that there will be a trilogy at some point in the future, no matter the outcome of their rematch on the 22nd of February.
However, the WBC has ordered that Dillian Whyte, who has been the WBC No.1 contender since 2018 and Mandatory will be facing the winner of Deontay Wilder Vs Tyson Fury Rematch, which will take place around this time Next month.
Tyson Fury believes that Whyte deserves to a chances at the WBC title and has promised to give him a shot ones he has defeated Wilder and has a couple of good compliments for the “The Body Snatcher”, whom he feels still has a lot in him.
“I expect Wilder next, Joshua, then Dillian Whyte. Then I’m out,” Fury told IFL TV.
“He’s been mandatory for I don’t know how many days, 2,000 days, and he hasn’t had a world-title shot. So when I beat Wilder I’ll give him a shot,” Fury said.
“He deserves a shot. He’s a high-ranked contender who ain’t had a shot at a world title. It seems to me everybody else has but him. So when I beat Wilder I’ll give him a shot, he can be a defence for sure. One of my last three. Joshua and Whyte – done.
“I think he’s a good fighter. Good boxer, good puncher, gritty determination, can climb off the floor and win fights. I think he’s just one of those people who’s not just had the lucky breaks that everyone else has. I think he’ll get his shot. He’s only 31/32, same age as me, young for a heavyweight. He’s coming off a bit of a layoff, six months or so, so he needs to get back in the ring and get match fit again.”
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