Fury talks about fourth fight against Wilder


Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs) indirectly predicted two fights with Deontay Wilder (42-2-1, 41 KOs), Robert Helenius (31- 3, 20 KOs) and Andy Ruiz (35-2, 22 KOs).

The first two will fight exactly in the middle of autumn, and then, according to the idea of ​​​​the World Boxing Council, the winner will have to fight Ruiz. Whoever comes out of this fight with a raised hand will be eligible to fight for the WBC belt.

Tyson posted in his stories a screen message about such a plan of the head of the WBC, Mauricio Suleiman.

“It looks like I will fight Wilder for the fourth time,” the Briton wrote on this message and put a crying emoji with laughter.


In other words, Fury thinks Wilder will beat Helenius and then beat Ruiz as well. (Can Ruiz upset Wilder? Here is the opinion of ex-rival Klitschko.)

As it will be in reality, no one knows. What if the bearded Finn surprises twice, goes to the WBC champion, and then knocks him out? It would be a number.

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Recall that at the end of 2018, Deontay and Fury parted ways, and in 2020 and 2021, Tyson defeated Wilder twice, both times ahead of schedule.