Less than two months ago in Las Vegas, one of the greatest boxing trilogies in history was completed. They faced each other for the third time Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder. This duel was accompanied by extraordinary emotions and the eyes of the whole world were focused on it. The fans watched an unusually fierce 11 rounds, but the British won for the second time, who knocked out his opponent hard and defended his WBC pac.
Despite the defeat, experts and fans around the world were impressed by the attitude Deontaya Wildera. The American did not let go to the very end, despite the fact that it was about halfway through fighting he was barely on his feet. He was ready for anything and did what he could not to give Fury another win. The Brit turned out to be too good, however.
“I have already achieved mine in boxing”. Wilder thinks about ending his career?
After that duel, exhausted Wilder was taken to the hospital, but he firmly declared that he intends to return to the ring. There was a heated debate in the media as to whether this still made sense. Now it seems that the American probably listened quite carefully to these voices, as he no longer rules out retirement.
– I’m already in boxing I have achieved. When my sick daughter was one year old, I told her that one day I would become a world champion and that I would be able to take care of her in an incredible way. I did it. Should I give myself one more chance now, or should I end my career and pursue other things? Wilder asked rhetorically on Kevin Hart’s YouTube show.
Tyson Fury, on the other hand, has very ambitious plans, which include, above all, defeating Oleksandr Usyk and unifying all belts in the heavyweight category. First, however, he will have to approach the compulsory defense of his WBC belt, which will try to take Dillian Whyte from him. According to media reports, this duel may take place as early as March 2022.