Deontay Wilder’s trainer, Malik Scott, has claimed that not giving Anthony Joshua a chance against Tyson Fury is ‘blasphemous’. The former heavyweight contender believes AJ has the pedigree and ability to cause Fury serious problems.
fury and Joshua are expected to square off on December 3 at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales with the final contracts being sent out last week. Both promotional outfits will now look to devise a television deal that will benefit their rival broadcaster partners
Eddie Hearn is currently in talks with Frank Warren’s son George about the possibility of a joint DAZN/BT Sport PPV and has described discussions as “very positive”. As the fight draws closer to completion, many have aired their opinions — with the consensus being that Fury will win the all-British showdown.
But Scott has warned people against underestimating the Watford powerhouse. “It’s a tough job for AJ but in my opinion, he has a pedigree, he has a gold medal, he has the ability,” Scott told Fair Betting Sites.
think personally the people who are giving him no shot at all are crazy. I think people who are giving AJ no shot at all – that’s blasphemous. I do not agree with that at all. Fury’s been on fire. He’s been smoking everybody. Yeah, but he’s also more vulnerable than he’s ever been