‘Tyson Fury will send Deontay Wilder into retirement’ – says John Fury
By Scott Gilfoid: Tyson Fury’s snarling dad John Fury is predicting that he’s going to send Deontay Wilder into retirement on October 9th after he knocks him out in their trilogy match at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
John has got his mind made up that what Fury did last time he fought Wilder, he’ll be able to do the same on October 9th. The two fighters should be 1-1 at this point, as Wilder knocked Fury out in the 12th round in their first fight in 2018.
It was a clean knockout, not one that came from the result of rabbit punches. In contrast, Fury hurt Wilder with rabbit shots in their rematch last year and then took advantage of him having lost his legs.
John looked highly agitated while talking about the Fury vs. Wilder 3 clash, and one can only imagine how upset he’ll be if Deontay does a number on Tyson.
A knockout loss for Fury would be brutal, ending his dreams of fighting Anthony Joshua, perhaps for good.
Most boxing fans are giving former WBC heavyweight champion Wilder an excellent chance of winning the rematch, thanks to his new trainer Malik Scott. He’s wholly remade Wilder, changing his fighting style from top to bottom.
John Fury says Wilder will be sent into retirement
“Tyson will send him into retirement this time,” John Fury said to BT Sport about Wilder’s career being finished off. “I’ll tell you how much of a threat he [Deontay] poses. He won’t even give him ten dollars step aside money. That says it all. ‘All I’m going to give him is the beating of his life,'” said John.
Well, it’s common knowledge that Fury tried to walk away from his contractual rematch with Deontay, mistakenly believing that the contract had expired.
So instead of giving Wilder his contractual rematch, Fury wanted to move on and face IBF/WBA/WBO heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua in a fight in Saudi Arabia. That didn’t work, as the U.S arbitrator ordered Fury to give Wilder his contractual rematch.
This is NOT the same Deontay that Fury clubbed to pieces last year in February. With the help of his brilliant coach Malik, Wilder has been retooled like a sharp knife, ready to slice & dice Fury using his jabs, body shots, and lightning-fast right hands.
A year ago, Fury kind of roughed up Wilder (42-1-1, 41 KOs), smashing him with rabbit punches and getting away with it due to the passive referee.
Wilder never seemed to recover after getting hit with a rabbit punch in the third round from Fury.
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“He’ll never box after this; he’s going to get beat to pieces, smashed to pieces,” John Fury continued with his ghoulish prediction for the fate of Deontay.
“Malik Scott is all wrong. Where are they going to get a win from? He got humiliated last time.
“He’s lucky to be boxing Tyson for the third time. He doesn’t deserve it after that last performance; it should have been him [Fury] and AJ.
“We’ve got the antidote for him, which I can’t discuss on camera because we’re going to execute it on the night, and that will be the end of Deontay Wilder.”
As long as Fury keeps it clean this time, if he wins without fouling, you’ve got to give him credit. But if he starts up with the rabbit shots again, hopefully, the referee is on his JOB this time.
Malik Scott will need to keep a close eye on what’s taking place inside the ring because it could turn into a rail foul-fest.
Fury looks like he’s lost a lot of muscle and visibly aged since his second fight with Wilder a year and a half ago in February 2020.
Sometimes people age rapidly during different points in their lives, and Fury looks terrible right now. Was it the COVID-19 that took a lot out of Fury or all the fat he put on while inactive?
It’s unclear what happened to all that muscle Fury showed up with for the second fight, but he looks almost frail now and starting to hit middle-age. Fury looks practically ten years older than he was a little over a year ago with the loss of muscle.
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