Tyson Fury wins in Belfast and now Deontay Wilder awaits in Vegas

Posted August 20, 2018

WBC heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder caused a scene in Belfast, Ireland on Friday, crashing the weigh-in for Tyson Fury and getting into a shouting match with his father, John Fury.

"One thing I promise when I go to Las Vegas, I'm knocking you out". Wilder formally announced that a fight against Fury is now official with a date and location to be revealed next week.

The 30-year-old then backed himself to come up trumps in America once again - five years ago he knocked out Steve Cunningham in NY - quoting Frank Sinatra in the process. I said send me the contract, they sent the contract.

The fight will take place in Las Vegas on Showtime PPV in either November or December, a source told Sporting News.

'This man has been trying to make a big fight with the biggest s**thouse in boxing. "Ten months later I beat the reigning world heavyweight [champion] with one fight under my belt that year". We will leave no stones unturned, we're going to America to win, thats how we roll, if I can come back from the brink of defeat I can do anything.

'We ready now, this fight we are having is on. He is vulnerable and he can be hurt, and when you are coming across guys with the speed and explosive power, like Deontay Wilder and Haye, it isn't good. He had many belts, but he's never had the WBC belt. "I have nothing but love for you and maybe you'll see me over (in the UK) for a fight some day". The Italian-bred, Germany-based divisional gatekeeper enjoyed singular moments of success, landing the occasional head shot to show just effort to appear as if he were trying, but never enough to turn the tide or even threaten to nick up Fury who made the night look like a sparring session.

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"It will be the hardest fight I've ever had in my life because he's awkwardly effective and has dynamite in both hands".

"It's very hard to land clean on me nowadays". I don't walk square on, I don't rush, I take my time.

"I'm going to make him miss and make him pay".

Fury, who is from the gypsy community, plans a caravan holiday with his family before resuming training for Wilder.

'At one stage I thought I was going to end up in a padded room, never mind be back boxing.

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