Tyson Fury casts doubt over Deontay Wilder's future and says 'I'll be surprised if he ever boxes again' after trilogy

Tyson Fury casts doubt over Deontay Wilder's future and says 'I'll be surprised if he ever boxes again' after trilogy

TYSON FURY has cast doubt over Deontay Wilder's future after their gruelling trilogy and warned: 'I'll be surprised if he ever boxes again'.

Fury scored three knockdowns against Wilder over 11 thrilling rounds, the final closing the show and their rivalry.

They initially drew in 2018 but two years later the Gypsy King won the rematch is seven rounds.

But Wilder refused to accept the defeat and blamed the result on several ludicrous reasons, including his water being SPIKED and Fury fighting with WEIGHTS in his gloves.

They were accusations he stuck by but never proved and even before the trilogy bout raised concerns once again over the opposing gloves.

But they were cleared by the Nevada State Athletic Commission and Fury used them to knock Wilder out.

The unbeaten British heavyweight champion tried to console the Bronze Bomber afterwards, but was snubbed, so once more hit out at 'sore loser' Wilder.

And he predicted his great rival may never lace up the gloves again, due to the mental and physical affects of their trilogy classic.

Fury told Behind The Gloves: "I'm sure he'll have a lot of excuses to make.

"He always does, he's a sore loser and he has Everlast MX on and I had Paffen Sports on, the gloves were the same.

"His trainers were in the changing rooms yet again, they checked everything, there's no queries.

"He got beat fair and square and that's all she wrote for Deontay Wilder. And I'll be surprised if he ever boxes again."

Fury, 33, first dropped Wilder, 35, in the third and looked on the road to a repeat win.

But in the next round, he was dramatically floored himself twice and merely survived to hear the bell.

"He got beat fair and square and that's all she wrote for Deontay Wilder. And I'll be surprised if he ever boxes again.

Afterwards, Fury regained control and in round ten again had Wilder decked.

But the brave Bronze Bomber fought back until a right hand in the 11th ended it all in brutal fashion.

Wilder's ex-promoter Lou DiBella echoed Fury and tweeted: "I’m not sure that you can come back from two vicious beatings like that in a row.

"I don’t think so. If he can’t, I never want to hear a negative word about Deontay’s legacy.

"He simply fell short again against a man that is just better."


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