Fury: ‘Wilder, let’s get the fight made… don’t s*** yourself now!’

‘Deontay Wilder, let’s get the fight made… don’t s*** yourself now mate!’ Tyson Fury calls on WBC champion to meet him in a heavyweight rematch

  • Heavyweight Tyson Fury is back in the gym, training under coach Ben Davison
  • Frank Warren claims he only wants to face Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder
  • Fury is keen on a rematch with Wilder following their controversial draw

Daniel Matthews For Mailonline

Ahead of a potential rematch Warren has revealed that Wilder and Anthony Joshua are the only names on Fury’s hit-list for 2019.

‘We want to make the fights that matter and that is what we will do,’ Warren said.

‘Those are the only fights Tyson Fury is interested in after reasserting himself as the world’s best heavyweight. He may not have the belts, but he is top of the charts again now and we are working on his rematch with Wilder.’

‘After (Wilder) he will want Anthony Joshua. And there is no reason from our side why this shouldn’t become a reality. It is a fight the British public will demand to see before too long.’

I'm ready to fight. Wilder, let’s get the fight made. Don’t s*** yourself now mate,' Fury said

I’m ready to fight. Wilder, let’s get the fight made. Don’t s*** yourself now mate,’ Fury said

After Fury dethroned Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015, he descended into a downward spiral that saw him battle alcoholism, drug addiction and depression.

The heavyweight also blew up to 28st, with his troubles paving the way for Joshua to collect three (WBA, WBO, IBF) of the four major belts.

They are on course for arguably the biggest fight in British boxing history, with AJ pencilled in to return at Wembley Stadium on April 13 and Dillian Whyte the front-runner to be in the opposite corner. 

Frank Warren insists Wilder and Anthony Joshua (above) are the only men Fury wants to fight

Frank Warren insists Wilder and Anthony Joshua (above) are the only men Fury wants to fight


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