Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder II looks on as Frank Warren backs rematch
Frank Warren intentions to begin negotiations to get a lucrative rematch between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder imminently.
In his role as Fury’s promoter, and alongside the British Boxing Board of Control, he’s produced a complaint to the WBC in the scores that meant their thrilling world heavyweight title fight, at Los Angeles’ Staples Centre, concluded as being a draw.
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His hope is the fact that sanctioning body order an immediate rematch, but speaking post-fight – having already spoken of his desire for getting a rematch – Wilder also reiterated his willingness to fight IBF, WBA and WBO champion Anthony Joshua.
A fight backward and forward champions for a lot of four titles may possibly prove richer than Wilder-Fury II, but also in the prevailing circumstances seems unlikely, with Joshua supposed to fight Dillian Whyte at Wembley on 13 April.
The likeliest outcome would appear to get Wilder-Fury II from a Vegas casino, and in the spring.
With his fighter’s reputation enhanced, Warren said: “You’d think they’d want the rematch. They’ve said they. I do believe it provides a good chance of traveling to London. You’d use a 90,000 gate at Wembley, so you’re talking serious money. Though Tyson, he’ll travel. He’ll go where the money is, for March, April.
“I discover it invigorating. In which he’s derive from, I just now absolutely love it. The course notes said he wasn’t intending to sell any tickets. They said it wouldn’t go ahead – well it did go on, didn’t it?
“They said it would definitely be a boring fight. It was the single most exciting fights – certainly the most exciting I’ve seen at heavyweight in the united states since Lennox Lewis-Vitali Klitschko [in 2003]. I’ve dealt with Mike Tyson, Frank Bruno, all of the. Now, Fury’s the people’s champion.”