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WBC must give Tyson Fury ‘no choice’ but to fight me next as mandatory challenger – Dillian Whyte says

Dillian Whyte has demanded that the WBC force Tyson Fury to face him next following his victory over Deontay Wilder. The Gypsy King, 33, ended his rivalry with the Bronze Bomber on Saturday night after securing an 11th round knockout victory in Las Vegas. However, Fury has maintained that he will take a break before deciding his next plan with Whyte the WBC's mandatory challenger for his title, while a unification fight against the winner of Oleksandr Usyk's rematch with Anthony Joshua could be on the horizon. Whyte has now come out to state that he must fight Fury next and that the WBC must compel the Gypsy King to face him. 'Fury has the belt. Wilder had the chance to fight me for three years but didn't,' Whyte told Sky Sports News. 'Hopefully now the WBC forces my positio...
Deontay Wilder Infographic Exposes His Boxing Resume And Tears Into Quality Of Opponents
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Deontay Wilder Infographic Exposes His Boxing Resume And Tears Into Quality Of Opponents

Deontay Wilder's boxing record has been put on full blast after an infographic exposed the calibre of opponents he has faced in his career. The 34-year-old former WBC champ suffered his first professional loss last month in his blockbuster rematch with Tyson Fury. Touch Gloves Boxing produced an infographic after Wilder successfully defended the WBC title against Bermane Stiverne in 2017. And it spotlighted the first 39 opponents that the 'Bronze Bomber' faced and their positional rankings in the world. Stiverne was ranked at No 4 when he lost the WBC championship crown to Wilder in their 12-round clash in 2015. But the 41-year-old Haitian-Canadian boxer was unranked by the time that their rematch rolled around two years later. Artur Szpilka managed to trouble the 'Bron...
Saudi Arabia to Bid £400m to Host Tyson Fury’s Next Fight Against Wilder or Joshua
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Saudi Arabia to Bid £400m to Host Tyson Fury’s Next Fight Against Wilder or Joshua

Saudi Arabia's royal family are set to bid an outrageous £400m to host Tyson Fury's next fight after members of the Royal Family were ringside in Las Vegas to watch the Gypsy King's ruthless win over Deontay Wilder at the weekend. Fury defeated Wilder on Sunday morning to claim the WBC Heavyweight belt and Wilder confirmed on Tuesday that he will re-activate his rematch clause in their contract within the next 28 days but fans are clamoring for a fight between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua to determine the undisputed Heavyweight champion of the world.   A fight between Joshua and Fury will be an automatic sell out in the UK as both fighters are British, but the Saudi Royal family plan to bid 400 million pounds for Fury's next fight seeing how much success they achieve...
Boxing Icon, David Haye Explains Why Deontay Wilder Lost to Tyson Fury
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Boxing Icon, David Haye Explains Why Deontay Wilder Lost to Tyson Fury

Boxing icon David Haye has explained what he feels went wrong in Deontay Wilder's loss to Tyson fury in the WBC heavyweight belt clash on Sunday morning. Fury battered Deontay Wilder from the opening bell until one minute and 39 seconds into the seventh round, when Wilder's corner threw in the towel, to beat the Bronze Bomber and claim the Lineal Heavyweight, WBC and Ring Magazine championship belts.   Fury before the fight said he will be coming out to attack Wilder and many fans didn't believe Fury would defeat Wilder, a scenario that David Haye says played into Fury's hands. David Haye, a former Heavyweight champion during his own time, was sitting at ringside for BT Sport during the fight and he couldn’t believe what he witnessed, saying Tyson Fury exhibited 'g...

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