Tyson Fury Open To Fourth Fight Against Deontay Wilder Under One Condition

Their trilogy ended on October 9, 2021.

WBC heavyweight crown-holder, Tyson Fury, is open to the idea of having a scrap for the fourth time against former champion Deontay Wilder. But he will only agree to do so if it is held in front of his home crowd.

“Deontay Wilder is now fighting Andy Ruiz Junior for a final eliminator to fight me,” Fury said in a recent interview.

“Now [a fourth fight] would be amazing here at Wembley again, wouldn’t it? I’ve been over there [to America] three times now. If he wants the fourth fight he’s got to come here.”

The Gypsy King is 2-0 up against the Bronze Bomber.

Their first fight that took place in 2018 in Los Angeles was a draw. In 2020 in Las Vegas, Fury again traveled to the US. This time he won the rematch in Vegas. In 2021, the same venue was chosen, and Fury beat him twice in a row.

Now that Fury’s talk of a potential super fight between him and fellow Brit Anthony Joshua are off the charts.

The WBC titlist has offered Wilder another fight, but this time in his backyard in the UK.

As for the American star, he will first have to go past Andy Ruiz in a final eliminator for the WBC belt he currently holds. An idea of possible fight between Fury and Wilder will only make sense if the Bomber can clinch a comfortable win over Ruiz.

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