Tyson Fury is the heavyweight champion of the world.
The Gypsy King dominated Deontay Wilder in seven rounds before winning by TKO in Las Vegas.
There really isn’t any need for a third fight between the two.
Fury fully deserved to win the original bout in December 2018, which ended in a draw. He dominated that fight too but being knocked to the canvas late on influenced the decision.
But Wilder barely laid a glove on Fury this time around.
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The Bronze Bomber was knocked down in the third and the fifth before the fight was eventually stopped in the seventh. It wasn’t a second too soon.
What now for Fury?
Of course, the fight everyone wants to see is with Anthony Joshua.
Joshua holds the WBA, IBF and WBO belts, with Fury now having the WBC.
It would be the biggest fight in British boxing history.
But what are the chances of it happening?
Well, AJ’s promoter Eddie Hearn says it WILL happen – and it’ll be THIS year!
After former boxer Kofi Yates tweeted: “Not a chance Eddie Hearn is letting Joshua anywhere near Tyson now,” Hearn replied: “Of course I am! And AJ wants it bad..this fight is gonna and has to happen this year!”