The set of three battle between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder has a date.
The two heavyweights will meet at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on July 18, Top Rank’s Bob Arum told the Los Angeles Times. The battle will happen only five months after Fury’s predominant success over Wilder.
From the Times:
“We received a letter from Wilder’s team on Friday night, and we agreed with the networks and the hotel that July 18 was the optimal date,” Arum told The Times. “We had a seamless promotion last time with Al Haymon, PBC [Premier Boxing Champions] and Fox. We look forward to working with them again.”
More out of control immediately practiced the rematch provision in his agreement in the wake of tumbling to Fury by means of seventh-round TKO.
Will Wilder do any better against Fury?
While he gave little explanation in the ring to accept another battle would go any better for him, he would later reveal to Yahoo Sports’ Kevin Iole after the match that his ring walk outfit — a 40-pound, light-up suit of reinforcement — stifled his legs as he entered the battle.
It at that point makes sense that essentially moving toward the ring while not wearing a 40-pound suit of defensive layer may assist Wilder with improving the situation for the third battle, yet few are probably going to be influenced by that post-coordinate reason.
More stunning and Fury’s first battle likewise seemed to slant Fury, until Wilder scored a sensational knockdown in the twelfth round that finished the battle as a draw.
Obviously, Wilder’s correct hand is known for consummation numerous battles that aren’t going his direction, however it scarcely appeared against Fury a week ago.
On the off chance that Fury triumphs by and by in July, next up will probably be a heavyweight unification session against WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO champ Anthony Joshua.
In the event that Wilder successes, it could possibly be him at long last confronting Joshua. The enclosing scene will hold up expectation.