It seems like the trilogy between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder was yesterday. The two currently best heavyweights in the world gave us another great match, and in the end, the "Gypsy King" celebrated with a knockout in the 11th round.
The British boxer tried to bury the hatchet back then, but Wilder was clearly extremely disappointed with the defeat and refused Fury's hand of reconciliation. "I approached him and said, 'Good fight, man, and he told me I don't want to show you any respect or athletic behavior.'
I replied, 'No problem.' I was surprised. He's a bitter loser, idiot," Fury said. shortly after the win, but "Gypsy King" added he somewhat understands Wilder. '' He (Wilder) has no love for me.
Do you know why? Because I beat him three times. I am an athlete, I tried to pay homage to him, but he refused. That's his problem. I will pray for him that God will soften his heart. "
Fury sent a message to Wilder
Tyson Fury still seems to be trying to establish a good relationship with Wilder.
Namely, the American boxer turned 36 yesterday, and his rival sent him a message via video. Fury once again showed how great a fighter he is and how much he respects his rivals. Although Wilder did not want to accept defeat this time either, Fury still wanted to calm the passions and show that such things are not good for sports and that victories and defeats are an integral part of any sport.
'' This is a special birthday card to my old friend Deontay 'Bronze Bomber' Wilder. I wish you a great day, thank you for the trilogy. You are a great fighter and I hope you have a fantastic day with your family.
God bless you. All the best and lots of love, from your old friend "Gypsy King", said Fury in his congratulatory message. A nice gesture by the "Gypsy King", and we hope that Wilder's heart will really soften with time when he comes to terms with defeat.
We'll see if Wilder has an answer to this and if he changes things about Fury. Wilder has decided to stay away from boxing for a while, but we can expect his return soon because we are sure that these defeats will not shake him and that he will return much stronger than before. The only question is who will be his opponent and how much he can oppose Wilder