Tyson Fury casts doubt on Deontay Wilder’s future after his grueling trilogy and warns: ‘I’d be surprised if he ever boxed again’.
Fury scored three knockdowns against Wilder in 11 exciting rounds, ending the show in the final and their rivalry.
They initially drew in 2018 but two years later the Gypsy King won the rematch in round seven.
But Wilder refused to admit defeat and blamed the result for a number of ridiculous reasons, including his waters. sharp and fighting with fury weighing in his gloves.
Those were the charges he stuck to but was never proven, and even earlier trilogy bouts raised concerns once again over the opposing glove.
But he was cleared by the Nevada State Athletic Commission and Fury used him to oust Wilder.
The unbeaten British Heavyweight Champion later tried to console the Bronze Bomber, but was turned down, again targeting ‘Sour Loser’ Wilder.
And he predicted that his great rivals might never wear gloves again because of the mental and physical effects of his trilogy classic.
Fury told behind the gloves: “I’m sure he’ll have plenty of excuses to make up.
“He always does, he is a loser and he has Everlast MX and I had Paffen Sports, the gloves were the same.
“His instructor was in the changing room again, he checked everything, no questions.
“He got to be fair and square and that’s what he wrote for Deontay Wilder. And I’d be surprised if he ever boxes again.”
Fury, 33, first dropped 35-year-old Wilder to third and looked on his way to victory again.
But in the next round, he dramatically dodged himself twice and survived only to hear the bell.
“He beat Fair & Square and that’s what he wrote for Deontay Wilder. And I’d be surprised if he ever boxes again.
Later, Fury regained control and decked Wilder again in the tenth round.
But the brave bronze bomber fought back until it was brutally ended by the right arm in the 11th.
Wilder’s former promoter Lou DiBella echoed the fury and tweeted: “I’m not sure you can come back from two vicious beatings like this.
“I don’t think so. If he can’t, I never want to hear a negative word about Deonte’s legacy.
“He just fell short again against a man who is even better.”