Tyson Fury traveled to Texas when his friend Billy Joe Saunders fought Canelo Alvarez, but he was not well received.
The“trash talk” before the super middleweight unification fight was as brutal as most fights involving Saunders, and Fury flew in from Las Vegas ahead of the fight to discuss his friend’s odds.
The eponymous“Gypsy King” previously tried to curry favor in the United States, where he fought Tom Schwartz when he fought Tom Schwartz, it was a tribute to the fictional character from the Rocky Apollo Creed films, as well as the country in which he fought.
In this case, he appeared on the big screen at AT&T Stadium after round four and was violently booed by the crowd, although he was surrounded by fans when he first arrived at the arena.
However, they were delighted to hear that promoter Eddie Hearn brought some positive news, or at least promised some positive news about Fury and Anthony Joshua’s upcoming heavyweight fight.
“We have good news for this week,” Hearn says after it was announced that Alvarez and Joshua are the two biggest stars in boxing.
When pressured afterwards, he added that “you will have news about our show in Manchester [May 15].”
“We spoke with all the governors in a week, gave them all the information, messages – and the news is that [next week] you will receive the message, the venue and the information provided.
The battle has been going on for about three weeks! “
Joshua’s first fight against Fury is expected to be in Saudi Arabia, where the achievement is expected to cost a staging fee that could be £ 100million, with everything being discussed in late July and early August, Saturday, Aug. 14. the last showdown leader in Jeddah.