WBC and The Ring heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury said he has the next five fights he has prepared for. After a third fight with Deontay Wilder on October 9, Fury said he focused on Dilian Whyte, Anthony Joshua (twice) and Derek Chisora in interview and BT Sport Boxing released Wednesday morning.
“That’s five fights, right?” Adakalipa Fury. “And, I take two years out of the ring, just absolutely going nuts. Then I’ll be back at 37 and I’ll wipe the floor with everyone else. ”
Fury, 33, won his title against Wilder in February 2020, defeating him with a professional knockout in the seventh round. Both have not fought since then, which is why Fury said he wanted to fight Whyte in December.
“In December, it’s a good day, I’m closing the log,” Fury told Whyte. “It will be easy. And then I will fight Joshua in March, the time in Saudi Arabia. Let’s do it. Then, we can have a summer rematch, here at Wembley. ”
Fury and Joshua – WBA (Super), IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight – agreed to a two-year contract in June 2020 and signed a contract in March, despite the judge ruled in May Wilder was free to use his opportunity to fight the third war with Fury in the old alliance.
Prior to the race, Fury said he had “completely wiped out” Wilder and that his enemy had “just been a nightmare in a different kind of dream.”
“We’re not going seven times this time,” Fury said. “I’ll get her better soon and quickly, so we can drink afterwards.”
Fury also said in an interview that he is the greatest boxer in modern history and that compared to him, any other player in the heavyweight team is “just that.”
“They’re just stubborn, all of them,” Fury said. “Wilders, Joshuas, Usyks, all of them. They are all bums. And compared to me, they are all bad. ”