WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has admitted that he would rather not face Deontay Wilder again, after their historic trilogy.
On BT Sport’s Chatterbox show, Fury revealed that he’s not too keen face to Wilder again, having already beaten him twice and no doubt knowing what a threat ‘The Bronze Bomber’ still is.
Talk of a fourth fight has come about as a consequence of Wilder’s ordered fight with Andy Ruiz Jr, as a final eliminator for a shot at the WBC belt that Wilder held for over five years.
The winner of that fight will be installed as a mandatory challenger for Fury, if he beats Chisora, with the ‘Gypsy King’ describing the possible outcome as ‘crazy’.
“The funny fact is, Deontay Wilder has got to fight Andy Ruiz in a final eliminator to fight me again. Wouldn’t it be crazy if this happened, and he had to fight [me] for the WBC [title] again, for the fourth time. That would be crazy.”
When told that fans would still love to see a fourth fight, Fury wasn’t in agreement.
“I don’t want to see it! I don’t want to see that fight again.”
After Chisora it seems that ‘The Gypsy King’s’ primary focus is to become the first undisputed heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis, by defeating Oleksandr Usyk.
Once the small matter of the undisputed crown has been settled, Fury has told of his desire to come back to the U.K. and fight a fellow Brit, whether that be Anthony Joshua, Joe Joyce or Daniel Dubois, he appears to have no intentions of crossing paths with Wilder for a fourth time.
First, Fury must get past his old pal Derek Chisora, before he can afford to let his eyes wander onto bigger and better fights.
Fury vs Chisora 3 takes place on December 3rd at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, the event will also be shown on BT Sport Box Office.