Tyson Fury's trilogy bout with Deontay Wilder set for July 24
Tyson Fury’s trilogy bout with Deontay Wilder fixed for July 24 in Las Vegas… with promoter Bob Arum revealing Gypsy King is ‘not happy’ after legal judgement pushed back blockbuster with Anthony Joshua to December
- The trilogy fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder is fixed for July 24
- Fury’s blockbuster with Anthony Joshua depends on both defending their titles
- Bob Arum has confirmed Fury and Wilder will scrap in Las Vegas, ‘no question’
- Arum revealed Fury is ‘not happy’ after legal ruling prevented Joshua showdown
Tyson Fury’s trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder is fixed for July 24 and his ensuing multi-million blockbuster with Anthony Joshua now depends on both successfully defending their world heavyweight titles this summer.
Bob Arum, the Gypsy King’s US promoter, has confirmed: ‘Fury v Wilder is definitely on here in Vegas at the Allegiant Stadium. No question.
‘The lawyers are working on the contracts as we speak and the official announcement will come very shortly.
Tyson Fury’s trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder has been officially fixed for July 24 in Las Vegas
‘There is no chance of Wilder taking step aside compensation. Not even at ridiculously over inflated sums like the $20 million which has been speculated.’
Of the legal judgement which has prevented Fury and Joshua finally fighting in Saudi Arabia in August for the undisputed world heavyweight title, Arum says: ‘Tyson’s not happy but he’s a real fighting man.
‘He vows to knock out Wilder even quicker than he did last time.’
Fury has been prevented from finally fighting rival Anthony Joshua following a legal judgement
Joshua will have to beat Oleksandr Usyk to ensure his bout with Fury takes place in December
Joshua is turning to an August fight against Oleksandr Usyk and Arum says: ‘I’m just hoping Anthony wins so we can go ahead with him and Tyson in Saudi in December.
‘But Usyk is a very good boxer and that could be a difficult fight.’
More to follow.
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