Deontay Wilder will ‘NEVER’ settle bad blood with Tyson Fury and ‘most definitely’ wants FOURTH fight with arch rival


DEONTAY WILDER will “NEVER” settle his bad blood with Tyson Fury and “most definitely” wants a FOURTH fight with his arch rival.

The heavyweight feud looked to be settled after Fury knocked Wilder out in their epic October 2021 trilogy classic.

Tyson Fury has been called out to a fourth fight with Deontay Wilder


Tyson Fury has been called out to a fourth fight with Deontay WilderCredit: Reuters

But the American reopened allegations that his great nemesis cheated in their rematch and refuses bygones be bygones.

Wilder told FightHype: “Nah, never, because I know the truth behind that.

“I don’t condone cheating and s*** like that. I know that no matter what people say.”

The pair first drew in 2018, after Fury largely outboxed Wilder but did get dropped twice.

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In their rematch two years on, the British superstar won in seven one-sided rounds to win the WBC belt.

But Wilder listed several baseless claims that Fury had cheated, including loading his gloves with WEIGHTS and his water being SPIKED.

It created huge tension heading into their trilogy bout, which proved to be the best of the series.

Fury, 34, was again floored twice but knocked Wilder, 36, down three times on the way to his round 11 win.


A fourth fight does appear unlikely but could become a reality due to a ruling by the WBC.

Wilder returns on October 15 against Robert Helenius, 38, in a WBC eliminator for Fury’s belt.

Andy Ruiz Jr, 32, beat Luis Oritz, 43, in a similar eliminator, meaning if Wilder wins, he will be in line to face the Mexican-American.

That would be a fight to determine the WBC mandatory challenger for the belt and Wilder is open to one more shot at Fury.

He said: “Most definitely. Who here, they bring a hell of a fight, let’s do it.

“You know me, I’ve never ducked or dodged anyone. I’m the one that blessed people with opportunities.”

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Andy Ruiz Jr could fight Deontay Wilder nextCredit: Ryan Hafey


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