WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is open to the idea of facing Deontay Wilder for a fourth time – but only if the fight takes place in the UK.
Fury fought Wilder three times in the United States.
In 2018, the collided for the first time at Staples Center in Los Angeles. Fury recovered from two knockdowns to fight Wilder to a controversial twelve round split draw.
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Their rematch took place in 2020 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, with Fury battering Wilder for a seventh round stoppage to capture the WBC strap.
The trilogy fight, which also occurred at T-Mobile, saw both fighters hit the deck. Fury overcame two knockdowns to drop Wilder three times – ultimately securing a knockout win in the eleventh.
The World Boxing Council recently ordered Wilder to fight former unified world champion Andy Ruiz in a final eliminator – with the winner banking a mandatory shot at Fury’s title.
Even though Wilder is winless in their three fight series, Fury has no problem doing it one more time – in the UK.
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“Deontay Wilder is now fighting Andy Ruiz Jr for a final eliminator to fight me. Now (a fourth Wilder fight) would be amazing here at Wembley again, wouldn’t it? I’ve been over there (to the United States) three times now. If he wants the fourth fight, he’s got to come here,” Fury told BT Sport.
Fury is back in action on December 3, when he faces Derek Chisora in a trilogy fight at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Wilder recently returned to the ring with a first round destruction of Robert Helenius.