By Chris Williams: Tyson Fury promoter Bob Arum is already discussing his plans to stage his mega-fight against Anthony Joshua, where the two deal with their interim matches against heavyweights Deontay Wilder and Alexander Usik do.
It’s as if Arum is already assuming that Fury will beat Wilder (42-1-1, 41 KO) in his trilogy match on July 24, and Joshua in his fight on September 25 with Usyk (18-0 13 KS) ) will be defeated.
Chris Williams doesn’t like the way it looks. If it goes on the scorecard, Wilder and Usyak may be out of luck. I mean, when you got a professional level fight like Joshua vs Fury, there was nothing in the way of that match.
The only thing you can argue about that would stop the Joshua-Fury fight from going down is if Wilder let Fury cool off. Still, there is no guarantee that Deonte will win.
who can forget The referee was giving Fury a count when he was cooled In the 12th round by Wilder in his first fight in 2018. It was just a strange move. If Wilder makes Fury cool again, will we see a replay of that move?
Arum says he wants to stage a British match between IBF/WBA/WBO Heavyweight Champion Joshua (24-1, 22 KO) and WBC Champion Fury (30-0-1, 21 KO) at Wembley Stadium in London, England want.
Arum wants to stage Joshua – Fury at Wembley Stadium
“Where should [Joshua vs. Fury] fight? A larger . is The argument is that by that time, the pandemic is behind us, we wait until spring and we do it at Wembley, or one of the bigger arenas,” said top-ranked promoter Bob Arum sky game In talking about the location for the Joshua Vs Fury fight.
“If we want to do it in winter, we can do it in Cardiff” [Principality Stadium], because 70,000 seats, indoor arena, or it could go to Saudi Arabia.”
It seems that Wilder and Usyk are being completely ignored in their feud. If you’re Wilder, you should be concerned to hear that Arum is already planning where to stage Joshua vs. Fury.
Could Arum have at least waited until Fury-Wilder and Joshua-Useik’s feud is over before starting their plans for the venue?
Deontay Wilder ready for vengeance
“I am very satisfied, and Jay Des is satisfied. Deonte is feeling well and when he is feeling well, he is even more dangerous,” said coach Malik Scott.
“When he’s not, vengeance is on us. Camp’s statement. Vengeance is on us,” Scott said of taking revenge on Wilder.
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“He talked about the awkwardness of Wilder not talking to him at the press conference, the long stare,” Gareth A. Davis said. IFL TV About what Tyson Fury told him.
“He got it, what could he do” [Wilder] Say? He made a lot of accusations and excuses and talked about the first fight. Fury thought it was a kind of sensible strategy not to get too involved in the talk.
“He’s got the theory that Wilder will be back to type. He knows how to beat him. He’s training incredibly hard. He still knows how tough Wilder is as an opponent And how dangerous he is. Maybe not difficult, but dangerous.
“Anthony Joshua, he still wants that fight. He [Fury] He believes he is head and shoulders over every other heavyweight on the planet because of who he is technically. It can only take one punch from Deontay Wilder. The idea that Joshua and Fury could fight is shattered in the air.