After wowing the planet by dominating the Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas, Tyson Fury is expected to return to the ring next spring. It would undoubtedly be against a Briton, during a battle that could be staged in the United Kingdom.
It necessarily takes some time to recover from such a duel. Tyson Fury sure beat Deontay Wilder a couple of weeks ago, but he also got quite a few hits in Las Vegas. After a great battle, the gypsy king won the third installment of an already legendary trilogy. But he will now take a break from the competition. History of the restoration of strength. Better get back in the ring. The 33-year-old giant will wait until 2022 before putting on his steel gloves.
asked by Sky SportsIts promoter Bob Arum provided some details about his next fight. The event should take place next spring, certainly on its own land. “It is very important that Tyson Fury, having fought his last five fights in the US, returns to fight in the UK, Bob Arum thinks. He is British, and he has a lot of fans at home. Pat in the UK and back in the US, he will bring With him 10,000 Britons!”
Dillion White and Joe Joyce in the race
Meanwhile, everyone is eager to know the name of their future opponent. He must be a British boxer, according to his promoter. Dillion Whyte and Joe Joyce, unhappy finalists against Tony Yoka at the Olympic 216th, compete to face the weightlifter’s king. Bob Arum thinks facing Wyatt (33) would be “very attractive” in the UK. It remains to be seen if this is possible. If not, Joyce’s option, which is unbeatable among the pros (just like Fury), isn’t lacking in spice either.
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