The heavyweight giants fought to a disputed draw again in December and might be set for a rematch as quickly as February
Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder can have a trilogy of fights, Bob Arum has confirmed.
The High Rank CEO and founder is now co-promoting the Gypsy King alongside Frank Warren and confirmed a rematch will occur.
Wilder and Fury fought to a disputed draw again in December which left combat followers world wide clamouring for extra.
Though the rematch remains to be but to occur and each males have gotten their separate methods for the second, the Bronze Bomber insisted 2020 would be the year they settle the score.
And Arum has himself insisted now that the 2 heavyweights will be part of the pantheon of greats and have a trilogy.
“However no leaping. Something can occur to Fury, though I don’t assume it would, that occurred to Anthony Joshua.”
Requested whether or not a 3rd combat might be on the playing cards Wilder and Fury, Arum unequivocally replied: “Sure, I can guarantee you of sure.
“There are loads of good heavyweights who’ve had trilogies. This might be a trilogy.”
After their attract December, each males have an opportunity to proper the wrongs from the primary combat. Wilder felt his two knockdowns had been sufficient to win the combat, whereas Fury thought he outboxed the American.
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And when requested if probably a fourth combat can be required, Arum answered: “We’ve had nice trilogies prior to now. Ali v Frazier. Ali v Norton. They had been all trilogies, not 4 fights.”
Going additional, Arum revealed a handbag cut up settlement is in place for the ultimate encounter within the saga.
“The chances will change, as within the winner would get extra on that third combat, than the loser. It’s all based mostly on who wins the second combat.”