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Tyson Fury: Deontay Wilder I Want You Next

Tyson Fury: Deontay Wilder I Want You Next

Tyson Fury: Deontay Wilder I Want You Next

 

The terrible injury Tyson Fury suffered after winning an absolute number over Otto Wallin did not make him retreat. With wounds still wet, British Heavyweight boxers again threw challenges to WBC Heavyweight world champion Deontay Wilder. “Deontay Wilder, I want you next,” challenged Fury.

Fury won an absolute number over Otto Wallin in Las Vegas, United States, on Saturday (14/9). The victory with numbers 116-112, 117-111 and 118-110 in the T-Mobile Arena accompanied by a terrible wound in the brow of his right eye.


The injury was experienced by Fury at the end of the third round after receiving a hard blow to Wallin’s left hand. “It was a fierce battle. I haven’t seen the torn wound but it seems severe, ” Fury told ESPN.” Listen, it’s a good performance, I can take 12 rounds, “he continued.

 

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On the other hand, Wilder is preparing another duel against Luis Ortiz after the draw with Fury on December 2018. Rematch Fury with Wilder is planned for February 22, 2020.

Before rematching with Fury, Wilder will first have a duel with Ortiz. “That is my fourth battle, it will put me in a big battle February 22, ‘ ‘said Gypsy King.

While waiting for the rematch, Fury had time to heal the torn wound in his eyebrows. “Let the wound heal. I have time to relax with my family,” he said.

For Wallin, defeat was the first in 21 battles. However, he has proven his ability to compete in the Heavyweight. “Yes, I did not hear the results of the calculation of numbers, but I’ve done everything I can,” Wallin said.

Wallin was satisfied with what he did to make Fury injured by a blow to his left hand. “I tried to hit him even more. I know the punch hit him,” he said.

 

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