Tyson Fury's father: "Wilder will be no threat"



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Tyson Fury's father: "Wilder will be no threat"

John Fury, the father of Tyson Fury, is extremely convinced that Deontay Wilder is not good enough as his son is. Namely, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will fight for the third time on October 9th. After a draw in the first match, "Gypsy King" totally outclassed Wilder in February 2020 and eventually defeated him by technical knockout in the seventh round of the fight.

Although Wilder coach Malik Scott claims that Wilder has never been more prepared than he will be in the third match, Fury's father does not see the American boxer as a threat and is already looking towards the match against Anthony Joshua.

'' He (Tyson) is trying to win the match with Joshua in December. This year we are going for that fight because we do not see Wilder as a threat if we do a good preparation camp." "If we do everything right, Wilder will not be a problem.

Tyson beat him twice, smashed him like a rag doll, beat him to the ground last time." "Wilder has nothing to offer but that big hit. And believe me, what we see in his new coach (Malik Scott), we know him well and therefore we are not afraid at all, '' John Fury told Give Me Sport.

Still, although Tyson Fury's father is already talking about fighting Anthony Joshua, he claims that Tyson Fury is completely focused on Wilder and is not currently thinking about Joshua.

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However, they hope that Joshua will beat Usyk on September 25, and then it remains for Fury to do his job.

'' He (Tyson Fury) is concentrated on Wilder first. AJ isn’t part of his thinking right now because he’s just thinking about Wilder. But yes, when we get Wilder out of the way, AJ we arrive! '', Added John Fury.

Interesting months in the heavyweight category are ahead of us, and the hope remains that we will not see various tangles and postponements of matches for reasons that are only possible in boxing. Of course, hopefully, there won’t be any injuries or problems with the coronavirus either.

By all accounts, Fury and his coach have underestimated Wilder and believe the fight will be a formality. This is exactly what will be a great motivation for Wilder to show himself in the best light, and we know how dangerous Wilder can be if he has "his night"

It is certain that this time he will prepare like never before, precisely for the reason of "silencing" Fury and his coach and showing that he is much better than they think