Deontay Wilder looks ahead to trilogy fight with Tyson Fury as he promises ‘we will rise!’ 

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Tyson Fury knocked down Deontay Wilder twice during their Las Vegas fight on February 22
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‘Counting down the days until we are back in the ring’: Deontay Wilder looks ahead to trilogy fight with Tyson Fury as he promises ‘we will rise!’

  • Deontay Wilder lost his undefeated record against Tyson Fury in February 
  • The Bronze Bomber is set to force a trilogy fight, potentially in July 
  • He has posted on Instagram saying he is eager to face him again in the ring
  • Fury dominated Wilder before the American’s corner threw in the towel 

Deontay Wilder is already ‘counting down the days until we are back in the ring’ as he looks towards a trilogy fight with Tyson Fury

The Bronze Bomber lost his undefeated record in Las Vegas last month after Fury dominated the American before his corner decided to throw in the towel in the seventh round. 

However, under the terms of their second fight contract, Wilder has the right to force another rematch and he looks set to do so with a prospective month of July already mooted. 

Tyson Fury knocked down Deontay Wilder twice during their Las Vegas fight on February 22 

Wilder posted on his Instagram, saying 'counting down the days until we are back in the ring'

Wilder posted on his Instagram, saying ‘counting down the days until we are back in the ring’

And Wilder, despite the devastating defeat, seems to be looking forward to getting back into the ring already, saying: ‘Counting down the days until we are back in the ring.

‘We will rise! I am thankful for all of the support from my BombSquad nation.’ 

After their first fight in December 2018 ended in a controversial draw, with many feeling Fury deserved the decision on points even though Wilder knocked Fury down twice, it took another 14 months for the pair to settle their score. 

Wilder looks devastated after his seventh-round defeat to Fury in Las Vegas last month

Wilder looks devastated after his seventh-round defeat to Fury in Las Vegas last month 

With both unblemished undefeated heavyweight records, Fury took the initiative from the off at the MGM Grand, taking the centre of the ring and dictating the pace of the fight. 

He knocked Wilder down in the third round and again in the fifth, before much to Wilder’s anger his corner threw in the towel in the seventh round, when the Brit had him pinned in the corner. 

While most boxing fans now want an all-British unification fight between Fury and Anthony Joshua, that is not on the near-horizon with Joshua fighting Kubrat Pulev at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on June 20.  

 

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‘Counting down the days until we are back in the ring’: Deontay Wilder looks ahead to trilogy fight with Tyson Fury as he promises ‘we will rise!’

  • Deontay Wilder lost his undefeated record against Tyson Fury in February 
  • The Bronze Bomber is set to force a trilogy fight, potentially in July 
  • He has posted on Instagram saying he is eager to face him again in the ring
  • Fury dominated Wilder before the American’s corner threw in the towel 

Deontay Wilder is already ‘counting down the days until we are back in the ring’ as he looks towards a trilogy fight with Tyson Fury

The Bronze Bomber lost his undefeated record in Las Vegas last month after Fury dominated the American before his corner decided to throw in the towel in the seventh round. 

However, under the terms of their second fight contract, Wilder has the right to force another rematch and he looks set to do so with a prospective month of July already mooted. 

Tyson Fury knocked down Deontay Wilder twice during their Las Vegas fight on February 22 

Wilder posted on his Instagram, saying 'counting down the days until we are back in the ring'

Wilder posted on his Instagram, saying ‘counting down the days until we are back in the ring’

And Wilder, despite the devastating defeat, seems to be looking forward to getting back into the ring already, saying: ‘Counting down the days until we are back in the ring.

‘We will rise! I am thankful for all of the support from my BombSquad nation.’ 

After their first fight in December 2018 ended in a controversial draw, with many feeling Fury deserved the decision on points even though Wilder knocked Fury down twice, it took another 14 months for the pair to settle their score. 

Wilder looks devastated after his seventh-round defeat to Fury in Las Vegas last month

Wilder looks devastated after his seventh-round defeat to Fury in Las Vegas last month 

With both unblemished undefeated heavyweight records, Fury took the initiative from the off at the MGM Grand, taking the centre of the ring and dictating the pace of the fight. 

He knocked Wilder down in the third round and again in the fifth, before much to Wilder’s anger his corner threw in the towel in the seventh round, when the Brit had him pinned in the corner. 

While most boxing fans now want an all-British unification fight between Fury and Anthony Joshua, that is not on the near-horizon with Joshua fighting Kubrat Pulev at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on June 20.  

 

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