Tyson Fury beats Deontay Wilder during her heavyweight fight for Wilders WBC and Fury's direct heavyweight title on February 22, 2020 at MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, Al Bello / Getty Images / AFP
Tyson Fury says he will never tire of beating Deontay Wilder in anticipation of his third fight against the American heavyweight, despite the fact that his potential all-British showdown with Anthony Joshua is currently on hold.
After a controversial tie in December 2018, Fury overwhelmed Las Vegas in February and beat him in seven rounds.
Wilder activated the rematch clause in his contract, thereby delaying the possibility of a highly anticipated battle for agreement between WBC champion Fury and Anthony Joshua, who holds the WBA, IBF and WBO titles.
It is now hoped that Fury and Wilder will meet for a third fight later this year after the original date of July 18 was discarded due to the coronavirus pandemic.
"I will be obliged to give him a little more," Fury told Good Morning Britain on Tuesday. "You never tire of beating Deontay Wilder. It is one of those things that you are very proud of.
"I really did what I said and not many people, especially when boxing, say something and then do exactly what they would do."
Fury, unbeaten as a professional, added: “I was quite proud of the performance and am really looking forward to getting all this corona virus out of the way and getting the world back on track and returning to my job. ”
Since regular training is not possible due to a ban in the UK, Fury has taken part in fitness sessions with Ms. Paris and his five children, which were broadcast on Instagram Live.
"It helps me to stay in shape and helps many, many people out there who are participating from all over the world," said the 31-year-old.
"I am very, very grateful that I can make a contribution to helping people with their fitness and mental health problems during these closed periods.
"I have Paris here and the children. While we train, everyone in the front room goes crazy."
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