Published: Sat, December 08, 2018
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Tyson Fury To Be Granted 'Instant' Rematch Against Deontay Wilder

Tyson Fury To Be Granted 'Instant' Rematch Against Deontay Wilder

I'm sorry but if you go to work and you're not happy with your wages, you'll probably change your job and look for a better deal.

Fury and Wilder have both said they want a rematch, and the British heavyweight made his first public appearance in the United Kingdom since his impressive outing in Los Angeles.

"New York is like my second home", he said. I pushed his arms off and said walk over there, come back to me and show me you're OK.

Both men are sparring once again, this time in the fight to face Joshua first. The 21,000-capacity Staples Center did not sell out, a sharp contrast with the Joshua/Povetkin fight at the Wembley stadium, which although was not a sell out, had somewhere around 80000 people in attendance. Not only did this fight go down as an instant classic, but it also looks like it was a definite financial success as well.

On Wednesday, Fury who was one of the spectators at the Manchester United/Arsenal game at Old Trafford said he would be love a rematch with Wilder, but that it should hold at The Theatre of Dreams.

"So when I went down to count. not only did I get down, I scooted in so he could see my hand and hear my voice".

For those unaware, Fury was leading on the cards before Wilder scored a knockdown in the ninth round.

'He rolled over and got up and said "I'm OK!"

In more post-fight revelations, Tyson Fury won the hearts of the nation as he branded his comeback "iconic" and dedicated his efforts to all those suffering with mental health and claimed mental health sufferers as part of his team. "And if you don't believe in God, that's a sign right there". "There are so many opinions, so many mixed emotions surrounding the first fight", Wilder said.via Standard.

"There's a lot of great fighters in America", Wilder said. "I wanted to end it on a devastating knockout and I pressed that".

"Everyone is talking about this fight".

Most probably before that rematch, is the small matter of Anthony Joshua's IBF, WBO and WBA heavyweight titles, which he is due to defend once again in April 2019.

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