Former world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder is convinced that the current WBC title holder Tyson Fury will try to cheat in their third fight, which will take place on July 24.
The “bronze bomber” is still confident that the victory of the Briton in their second match was not fair. Earlier, Wilder claimed that on the eve of that fight, his assistant coach Mark Breeland colluded with the Fury team, he was poisoned himself, and there were third-party heavy objects in Tyson’s gloves, allegedly leaving a dent in his head.
“Do you think they won’t try to cheat this time? Yes, they think they have developed a master plan. But I want to tell Fury that he couldn’t take me down even with stuffed gloves in the conditions in which I found myself. You couldn’t knock me out, you didn’t knock me out,” Deontay Wilder said.
Recall that Wilder also said that before the trilogy with Fury, he feels 16 years old.