Warren Reveals Possible Dates For Tyson Fury Vs Deontay Wilder Trilogy
Former WBC Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder was hoping to take on the new champion Tyson Fury in a trilogy fight, in an attempt to take take back the title he lost via a 7th round stoppage victory against the Brit on February 22nd at the MGM Grand Arena.
However, his hopes got cut short by the Corona Virus (COVID 19) pandemic which has led to the fight being scrapped till further notice. According to Frank Warren, Fury’s promoter, The “Gypsy King” has got Wilder’s number and their clash will have no other result except a victory for Brit.
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Frank Warren, wouldn’t like to promote the Trilogy fight between Wilder and Fury immediately after the Pandemic because people will definitely find it difficult adjusting to their normal life’s after the Havoc wrecked by the Virus.
Warren also believes that staging the fight after everything will affect ticket sales and will refuse gate traffic and added that the fight could never be staged behind closed doors due to the Calibre of people that two giants have become. Hence the indefinite postponement of the fight.
“Tyson’s got Deontay’s number, even if they fought in 10 years,” Warren told BBC. “The 18th will not happen. The commission in Nevada has said ‘no boxing’ for the foreseeable future and Las Vegas has closed down all the casinos—it’s like a ghost town there.
“No-one knows what’s happening day to day, all we can do is hope for the best and push it back as far as possible so October looks like the date for the fight.”
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