The battle of the Wilder - fury in jeopardy: we know why


It will be only the third bout of Fury's comeback - after defeating Sefer Seferi and Francesco Pianeta -following a two-and-a-half-year absence.

Note that Wilder is known for fierce support for doping tests from WADA and is one of the most vocal critics of the fighters that avoid tests or caught using banned drugs. "I appreciate you guys, I appreciate the fans of boxing wanting great fights, I appreciate Showtime giving you guys those great fights".

"I've sent three separate e-mails to Barry saying I have no desire to meet with Barry unless I have a real offer for Wilder to meet Joshua", Wilder's promoter Shelly Finkel told Sky Sports. One hundred per cent he is ready right now. I have no doubts, even after all the time off - you can not beat me. "He and I have been in the business long enough to know what that offer would look like".

WBC champion Wilder has announced he will make his next title defence against Fury in Los Angeles in December, but the governing body are yet to sanction the heavyweight showdown.

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Me comentaron 'a Sole le molestó tu devolución, ¿en otras cosas te gusta?'. "No me parece una crítica", respondió Laurita . "Después, llegás acá, el día que tenés que bailar en el duelo y te dicen 'laurita dijo que no sabe a qué te dedicás'".

The WBC champion opened the dialogue claiming Fury's time may come in the distant future but at present and until Wilder retires from the sport, the 30-year-old should forget about dominating the division.

Congolese heavyweight Martin Bakole is hoping to take on either Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury or Deontay Wilder next, according to trainer Billy Nelson, the Daily Express report.

If Martin could have anybody on the planet for the next fight, if it was Wilder, Fury, Joshua - anybody - we would fight them.
"Anyone who has to have an alter ego and not be themselves in there, and try to get in someone's mind like that - you can't beat me".