Tyson Fury Has A Message for Deontay Wilder Ahead Of Trilogy Fight

Tyson Fury has a short response for Deontay Wilder, who had released a short video on social media before their trilogy showdown on October 9.

“I’m going to smash your f— face,” Fury said.

Earlier, the Bronze Bomber had warned the Gypsy King that he will come with everything he has because his life depends on this fight. But Fury doesn’t mind talking trash with Wilder.

But Wilder is right.

His career does depend on the October 9 fight because he has already given away his unbeaten streak to Fury. In their last fight, Fury dominated Wilder throughout the match until the referee stopped the fight.

The Gypsy King is the favorite to win again.

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After Wednesday’s media Zoom call, Fury made a promise to those tuning in – he’s going to destroy Wilder one last time.

“I vow to smash Deontay Wilder to bits,” the British boxer announced.

On the other hand, Fury’s promoter Bob Arum is regretting that the US government’s policies have barred people from the UK to travel to the US.

“It might be short of a sellout because we put a few thousand tickets aside based on the hope that the Brits would buy those tickets, but because of the U.S policy of a ban on UK travelers, we’re not going to get many Brits at all for the fight,” Arum explained.

The veteran promoter, who managed Muhammad Ali as well, believes the event will earn around $12 million in pay-per-view earnings.

“Because the price of tickets tends to be much higher in the United States, the gate will exceed 12 million dollars and might come close to fifteen,” he added.

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