Deontay Wilder’s daughter-in-law, Telli Swift, weighed in on the news that Tyson Fury had signed a contract with COVID-19.
Tyson Fury was reported to be infected with COVID-19 at camp, after which Tyson Fury was also infected with the virus. This led to a trilogy fight between her and Deontay Wilder moving from July 24 to a new date, which is now estimated to be October 9, 2021.
Telli Swift appeared in the interview, where she expressed her views on the whole situation. He began by giving an insight into how Deontay Wilder reacted to the news of his postponement. Telli Swift said:
“I mean, he is [Deontay Wilder] pissed. What can you do? You exercised very hard. Blood, sweat and tears. And then, for someone to have KOVID … And Deontay struggled with the burning of his torn biceps, broken fingers, hello, and he still struggled. So I feel like KOVID and you have sixteen days before the fight, he [Tyson Fury] still need to be able to fight and do it. “
The conversation then shifted, and Telly Swift was asked if she believed Tyson Fury was using the situation as an excuse to delay the fight. Swift replied:
“Of course I don’t think he’s ready. I think he’s buying time and I feel like Deontay is feeling the best – smart, you know, I saw him at camp, he looks amazing. His head movement great, the defense is great. So I feel like Fury is buying time. “
Telli Swift has revealed whether Deontay Wilder is considering a fight with another opponent as he has postponed a trilogy fight with Tyson Fury.
Deontay Wilder has not been in the ring since losing in a rematch in February 2020 against Tyson Fury. The former heavyweight champion was left dead for revenge; while his legal team took the time to win a rematch with Tyson Fury, he had no other fight.
As Deurti Wilder shares whether Fury is considering fighting another fighter as he recovers, Telly Swift said:
“Absolutely not. Deontay’s opinion is that he feeds, sleeps, lives with Tyson Fury. So he’s ready for Tyson.” Telli Swift also listened to Tyson Fury’s “indifference” to the KOVID vaccine, saying, “I feel like he felt very careless and he didn’t do what he was supposed to do – he did what we told him to do, he didn’t do it.” do not. “
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