Tonight marks the end of The Las Vegas Epic Trilogy
LAS VEGAS-Tyson Fury knows that the greatest boxer is also a skilled promoter. With the businessman skills, he sold the final heavyweight game against Deontay wilder.
Throughout the process leading up to this weekend, Fury’s confidence and charm in the public appearance of the two boxers convinced many in the boxing world that another coronation ceremony — and a more violent whipping — remains to be seen.
The British champion, who is undefeated, has been taunting Wilder and changing his mind throughout tonight’s WBC Heavyweight World Championship title fight in Las Vegas. He was often shirtless and wore a custom jacket.
But Fury’s propaganda drama is not without its frustrations.
Fury stated, “He refuses it, and will be eliminated.” “His inheritance was very small. I knocked him down. Now, I want him to be retired.”
Fury got tired of Wilder’s quirks, and was somewhat annoyed by the boxing plots that forced Fury to take part in the third match. Wilder won this fight twice previously. Fury believes in his superpower and is confident, but Wilde’s single punch can be devastating, so all his efforts will likely be overthrown.
Wilder insists on the match Prevented Fury refused to agree to the fight against British champion Anthony Joshua.
Sugarhill Steward, Fury’s coach, said that “what we are looking forward is nothing but a knockout match.”
Fury also feels empathy for Wilder (42-1-1 and 41 eliminations), who is dealing with the same mental issues that he does every day. This could potentially end his career. This is the battle of this trio.
Deontay L. Leshun Wilder is Tyson Luke Fury’s opponent
33 years of age 35 years of age
Birthplace of Wiesenshawe in Tuscaloosa (Alabama)
2.06 m height 2.01 m