Tyson Fury (left) and Deontay Wilder exchange fists as they compete for the WBC Heavyweight Championship in Las Vegas on October 9, 2021.
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Tyson Fury said that Deontay Wilder did not want to show “sportsmanship or respect” after defeating the Americans in the third WBC Heavyweight Championship.
After being eliminated in the 11th round, the British star finally ended his long saga with Wilder in order to keep his WBC heavyweight title in Las Vegas.
But Fouri accused Wilder of rejecting his respect when he walked to the American’s corner after the game.
“I won’t make any excuses, Wilder is a top boxer,” Fury said.
“He really made me win money tonight. I always say that I am the best in the world and he is the second best.
“He doesn’t love me, Deontay Wilder, because you know why, because I beat him three times.
“I am an athlete. I went to him to show some love and respect, and he didn’t want to return it. That was his problem.”
Expose their verbal communication, Fury told British Telecom Sports Box Office: “I just said good work, he said,’I don’t want to show any sportsmanship or respect.’ I said, “No problem. “
“Surprised. What a loser, an idiot.
“To be a top fighter, you have to show courage and respect, and he can’t do it tonight, nothing more.”
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Fury knocked down Wilder in the third round, but he himself was knocked down twice in the fourth round, then he knocked down the Alabama man again in the 10th round, and it ended dramatically. This battle.
“I have to say thank you to my coach Sugarhill, because if it weren’t for Sugar, America’s own, Detroit’s own, I wouldn’t have finished this fight tonight,” Fury said.
“He told me. He said,’Let your big dog use your jab and put your right hand in the middle. Only the big dog will pull it out when it’s fighting.’
“I said,’Yes, I caught you,’ and I went and took it out of my bag.”
Fury maintained his 32-game unbeaten record, consolidating after Anthony Joshua lost the WBA, IBF and WBO belts in the unanimous decision to defeat Oleksandr Usyk last month. His position as the leading champion of the department.
“There is no doubt that I am now the greatest heavyweight of my time,” Fury said.
“No 1. See what I did.
“I came to the United States in the past six games and fought with the most destructive boxer in the history of our sport.
“Not once, not twice, but three times.”