Tyson Fury says Deontay Wilder refused to show sportsmanship after KO
Deontay and Tyson Fury punch each other during the fight for WBC’s heavyweight title on October 9th, 2021 in Las Vegas.
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Tyson Fury claims that Deontay Wester didn’t want to be a sportsman or show respect after his accident. knocked out the American in their third WBC heavyweight title fight
Wilder’s long and bitter battle ended when the British star defeated Wilder in the eleventh round. Wilder was able to keep his WBC heavyweight title at Las Vegas.
Fury however has charged Wilder with rejecting Fury’s words of respect after he went to American’s place following the fight.
Fury said, “I won’t make any excuses. Wilder fights well.”
He was able to give me a great deal of money tonight. “I always believed that I’m best and he’s second.
Deontay wilder said, “He has no affection for me.
“I’m a sportsman. To show my love and respect, I approached him and he wouldn’t reciprocate. This is his problem.
Fury revealed their verbal exchange. BT Sport Box OfficeI said “I just wanted to say well done” and he replied, “I don’t want any sportsmanship nor respect.” “I just said well done and he replied, “I don’t want to show any sportsmanship or respect.” I responded with:
“Very surprised. A savage loser and an idiot.
“To be the best fighter man you have to show courage and respect. He couldn’t tonight and that’s it.
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Fury had defeated Wilder in Round 3, but was knocked twice by Wilder in Round 4. Then, in the 10th Fury knocked Wilder again and ended the fight.
Fury stated, “I must thank Sugarhill for my training because without Sugar, America’s and Detroit’s own, that fight would not have been possible.”
He said, “He told him. He told me to get my big jab dog working and then throw the right hand through the middle. Only big dogs can win fights.
“I replied, “Yes, I have you,” and then I took it out of my bag.
Fury maintained his unbeaten 32-fight record and strengthened his position as division’s top champion, after Anthony Joshua lost the WBA, IBF, WBO belts to Oleksandr Usyk in last month’s unanimous defeat.
Fury stated, “I am now the greatest heavyweight in my era without any doubt.”
“No 1. See what I have done.
“I have fought six of my most difficult punchers in American boxing history and I’ve been to America for the last six fights.
“Not once, and not twice,” but three times.