World Boxing Council heavyweight champion Tyson Fury says Deontay Wilder will be a tougher opponent than in their last fight on February 22, when fury was the winner with a seventh round TKO.
He even thinks that for the trilogy his rival will be in better shape than he was the very first time they met, in December 2018, when the judges decided the bout was a draw.
Although there is no confirmed date or venue for the fight yet, Fury knows it will be sooner, rather than later. In an interview with Sky Sports, Fury tempered his comments by suggesting: “Deontay is still a very dangerous opponent. He`s a very hungry man, who comes to demonstrate his worth, and that he become two times heavyweight champion.
“When the fight is announced and we know the venue and the date, I will get there, fresh and early 8 to 10 weeks before. I will organize an exacting training camp. I hope to be injury free and go out dancing under the stars in front of the world… after the coronavirus.”