Tyson Fury was originally thought to have called off the fight due to Covid-19 as it pertained to him and Deontay Wilder. Maybe that’s not the entire narrative after all. Of course, Tyson was not the one to say when enough was enough with his illness as his team were actually the ones to have to step in and call it a day for the fight as Tyson was still eager to get into the boxing ring to finish off the trilogy. Logan Paul ‘Threatened’ By Mother In Video.
Tyson Fury maintains that he shouldn’t be the one that was blamed for his July 24th trilogy match with Deontay Wilder being postponed due to him coming down with Covid-19. According to Fury, it was his sparring partners that led to him getting sick.
Although Fury doesn’t come out and say it, it sounds like he’s blaming the sparring partners. Some may read all of this and feel that Tyson is dodging everything to make it look like it’s not his fault, but can you blame him? It’s not like Tyson just caught Covid-19 from himself.
The Fury vs. Wilder III fight has been rescheduled for October 9th at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
We will have to see how the reaction is to this. Special thanks to BoxingNews24.