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WBO heavyweight Champion Fury reveals what he will do to Wilder when they face off in trilogy fight

Tyson Fury vows to beat former heavyweight champion Wilder in trilogy fight.

Tyson Fury cannot wait to get back into the rings and face Deontay Wilder. The Briton vows to hand his challenger another round of beating later this year.


Fury handed Wilder his first-ever defeat in their heavyweight bout at MGM Arena last month Current WBO heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has insisted that he will be glad to teach his challenger Deontay Wilder another round of lessons when they clash for the third time. Both fighters were scheduled to meet in July after the American boxer triggered the trilogy clause in their contract.


However, the spread of coronavirus pandemic might force the bout to be postponed having killed over 37,000 people already.


It would be recalled that the Gypsy King emerged victorious at the MGM Grand Arena in February after beating Wilder in the seventh round.


The Bronze Bomber was rushed to the hospital immediately after the fight after his jaw was left shifted and blood gushed out of his ears.


Meanwhile, Fury said he can never get tired of beating the 34-year-old American, adding that he fulfilled his promise during their last fight. "I’ll be obliged to give him a bit more".


ITV's Good Morning Britain. "You never get bored of beating Deontay Wilder, obviously. It’s one of those things you take great pride out of doing.



"I really did what I said I was going to do. Not many people, in boxing especially, say something then do exactly what they said they were going to do.


"I was proud of that performance. I’m looking forward to getting this coronavirus out of the way, getting the world back on track and getting back to my job."


Fury also opened up on life during this lockdown period, admitting he has had to improvise to maintain his fitness levels. He added:


"It’s quite difficult because obviously I’m not allowed to go to gyms and train. "However, I have been doing, every morning at 9 am, a workout video live with the world on Instagram.


“We do a 50-minute workout, it really helps stay in shape, and it helps many, many people joining in from around the world. “I’m very grateful I can help people with their fitness and their mental health troubles in these lockdown times.”

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