Tyson Fury might not be ready for Deontay Wilder – says John F

Tyson Fury’s dad John Fury wishes that he’d tossed his WBC heavyweight title in the trash bin so that he could have been done with his contractual rematch with Deontay Wilder.

John questions whether Fury will be able to get motivated enough to take the fight with the hard-hitter Wilder after losing out on a much bigger catch in a mega-fight against Anthony Joshua.

Like most people, John would have preferred to see Fury (30-0-1, 21 KOs) picking up $80 million for an August 14th match against IBF/WBA/WBO heavyweight champion Joshua (24-1, 22 KOs) in Saudi Arabia to fighting the dangerous, highly motivated upset-minded former WBC champion Deontay (42-1-1, 41 KOs)

Fury’s payday against Wilder will be considerably smaller, and there will be less fan interest in that fight. Moreover, the danger threat for Fury will be just as high if not higher against Wilder than Joshua.

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“I’m concerned whether Tyson can raise his game for Wilder,” John Fury to BT Sport Boxing. “Whether he gets complacent, makes a mistake.

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“It’s got a good chance of going wrong out there. The danger point is getting fair play out there. At the minute, the American boxing fraternity has been embarrassed from the last escapade,” said Fury.

The danger for Fury fighting Wilder isn’t the possibility of him being robbed by the judges. It’s more of a case of Wilder knocking Fury out cold as he did in their first fight.

In this case, there likely won’t be a referee to save Fury by giving him a count while he’s unconscious.

Fury lucked out to have referee Jack Reiss working his fight with Wilder in 2018 because a different referee would have stopped the fight on the spot when he was knocked out.

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What Fury needs to be worried about is getting caught by one of Wilder’s big right hands and knocked out once again because the fight will get stopped.

If anyone got robbed, it was Wilder, who arguably should have been given credit for a knockout win in the first fight with Fury.

“Why wouldn’t you take a $20 million step-aside without fighting and a guaranteed shot at the winner when you’re fighting for a lot less money, and you’re risking getting your skull caved in again,” said John about Wilder.

“It doesn’t make sense, so obviously the powers that be in America are involved; they’re calling the shots and trapped them both,” said John Fury.

If Team Fury had offered Wilder a step aside payment of $20 million, maybe he would have stepped aside. John seems to be under the impression that Wilder was offered a step aside fee, but that clearly isn’t the case.

Wilder’s co-manager Shelly Finkel revealed to Sky Sports on Friday that there weren’t any offers from Fury’s team for a step aside, and he’s baffled as to why they didn’t make an attempt to Deontay to get him to move out of the way. Where they too cheap or not excited at the thought of making the Fury vs. Joshua fight?

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So if John Fury wants to be upset with anyone about the step aside, he needs to look at Fury’s team for not making the offer to Wilder.

19 thoughts on “Tyson Fury might not be ready for Deontay Wilder – says John F”

  1. People trying to get slick , that’s the reason for trouble all over the world . And tyson furys camp think they’re slick .
    Especially sugar hill , that little pipsqueak isn’t slick at all . Boxing fans all over the world are the most street smart community there is .
    Problem is the wealthy privileged suits that incentivised this criminal action and conduct .

  2. Poker bluffing fury . Lying , twisted perturbed deeply rooted evil defines the fury camp .
    Thinking they’re slick , everybody knows an eggweight in the left glove is what caused the damage behind the head and the temple of Deontay Wilder . And was the reason for the floppy glove during the flicking jab .

    • Chicken 🍗🍗🍗🍗🍗🍗🍗🍗🍗🍗🍗🍗🍗🍗 fury will run , he will not fight Deontay Wilder

  3. In all fairness , that was old video of fury looking not very flattering , he is trimmer now .

  4. Luis Ortiz will have to sue for a title shot against anyone but Deontay Wilder because Luis Ortiz is the boogie man of the heavyweight division .

    • Luis Ortiz is the second most avoided boxer of our modern era and the second best heavyweight boxer of our modern era .

  5. The 2015 to 2016 WBA interim heavyweight champion is 42 years old and challenged 2 times for the WBC heavyweight championship .

    • Deontay Wilder said Luis king Kong Ortiz was the second best heavyweight boxer on the planet .
      The glove tampering steroid and drug cheating tactics fury is going to prove whether or not he deserves to be the WBC belt holder on July 24 in Las Vegas .
      He’ll be there and he will be ready .

    • There’s no way fury will fight Deontay Wilder for the trilogy . Horrific fright will not allow fury to rematch .
      Sprinting fury racing a j towards the nearest exit . Both have been running and will continue to run forever .
      Chickens.

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