Deontay Wilder confirms readiness to fight Tyson Fury again in big trilogy

Deontay Wilder confirms readiness to fight Tyson Fury again in big trilogy

- Deontay Wilder has confirmed his readiness to fight Tyson Fury again

- The American made it clear that he is a warrior and there will be a third fight

- Wilder also blamed the referee who handled his second fight with Tyson Fury

Fans all over the world will now have the chance to watch another fight between British boxing champion Tyson Fury and American fighter Deontay Wilder who has confirmed a trilogy.

Three days ago, Deontay Wilder suffered his first ever defeat in the hands of Tyson Fury who inflicted merciless punches on the American boxer in Las Vegas.

Many fans of Deontay Wilder are still battling to come to terms on how their man suffered such defeat considering how he planned to face Tyson Fury.

But the man who is known as the Bronze Bomber has explained to The Athletic that his business with Tyson Fury is not yet over and will fight the Briton again.

When these two boxers first met in their careers, there was no winner as the fight ended in a draw although many were of the views that Deontay Wilder should have won the tie.

The two teams however came together to arrange a rematch which happened last Sunday in Las Vegas.

But prior to the fight, Deontay Wilder made it clear loudly that he was not scared of Tyson Fury stressing that he was ready.

Things however turned against him in the ring as Tyson Fury hammered him from the first round till the seventh round of the duel.

And when Deontay Wilder's team saw that there was no chance for their man to win the fight, they threw in the towel and Tyson Futy was declared winner.

Fans are actually expecting the fight between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua to hold, but as it stands, they will have to wait and watch Deontay Wilder taking on Fury again.

Earlier, had reported how Floyd Mayweather broke his silence on Deontay Wilder's loss to Tyson Fury, saying his fellow American should be supported during his trying time instead of the unpleasant comments that continued to trail his shocking defeat.

Wilder was deposed of his heavyweight championship in one of the greatest upsets in history in Las Vegas on Sunday morning, February 23, with a technical knockout by Fury.

The Bronze Bomber was a shadow figure of himself and was totally outsmarted by the British who sent him out of the ring via a seventh-round stoppage.

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