Tyson Fury to Deontay Wilder: ‘I’m coming for you sucker!’

The current WBC world heavyweight boxing champion, British Tyson Fury, hinted that he will soon have a third fight with former belt winner American Deontay Wilder. Recall that in the first fight in December 2018, the judges recorded a draw, and in the second match, which took place in February 2020, Fury defeated Wilder by technical knockout in the seventh round and took the WBC championship belt away from him.

The Brit posted on his Instagram video, which shows how he trains and growls.

On account of the 31-year-old Fury, 30 wins (including 21 by KO) and one draw in professional boxing. The 34-year-old Wilder has 42 wins (including 41 by KO), one defeat and one draw.

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