Tyson Fury wary of "hungry" Wilder ahead of trilogy fight

You either fight or vacate the title’ — Kubrat Pulev warns Anthony Joshua

Fury has actually restated his wish for an indisputable world title fight, however should first of all get rid of Deontay Wilder once more in a got 3rd clash, while Joshua following safeguards his belts against IBF necessary opposition Pulev. It will be a major fight.

But Fury warned: "What happens if I get sparked out by Wilder in the rematch?"

"So he's probably just taken a little break but for everyone else it's: "Oh my God, Mike Tyson is making a comeback" but for Mike Tyson it's like: 'This is what I do, I'm a fighter by nature'".

Fury suffered two knockdowns when he fought Wilder to a controversial twelve round split draw in December 2018 at Staples Center in Los Angeles. I've never had any conversations [with Matchroom] because I don't deal with them. "I did it once when I didn't have to do it for him (Joshua) to have his second match against Ruiz Jr".

"If you really want to say you're No 1, come fight me".

"We've got to push that with the WBC", Hearn said.

"I know they've had talks with the MTK people [Fury's managers], I know there's also been conversations with Bob Arum, but I've told them all the way through this I don't think they want it".

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"If I was such a simple fight, why is he not in any kind of thrill to fight me?"

"He said before beating Wilder, 'When I beat Wilder, I'm gonna give Dillian Whyte his title shot after beating Wilder'". He just talks rubbish.

"Wilder is not going to be stepping aside so [Pulev] is the fight for us", Hearn told Sky Sports.

The exhilarating match took place at Barclays Center in NY on May 18th, presenting a great expectation due to the past enmity between the boxers.

Joshua broke his silence on the potential unification fight late last week and insisted the bout won't be the biggest of his career.

Promoter Arum revealed earlier this week that the rescheduled fight, which was initially set for this summer, will definitely not be taking place in the United States or the UK. We've been promised by the WBC and we expect them to stand by it.

"The WBC is going to look at every single weight category, with the championships and with the mandatories, and every single situation that has to do with each particular situation regarding this pandemic, but Dilian Whyte is the mandatory for February 2021".

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