Fury & Wilder: Fourth Fight in the Works if Usyk Bout Falls Through

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Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder could be set for a fourth showdown in April if negotiations between Fury and Oleksandr Usyk for an undisputed heavyweight title fight fall through. Fury and Usyk are targeting a bout at Wembley on April 29 to unify the heavyweight division for the first time since Lennox Lewis defeated Evander Holyfield in 1999.

However, according to reports, the two are still a “long way to go” as they struggle to agree on financial terms. In the meantime, Fury has reportedly lined up a potential fourth fight with Wilder, with their representatives holding talks for weeks over a bout at Wembley on April 29.

Fury and Wilder have had three epic battles in the past, with Fury coming out on top in the rematch and a trilogy fight, both via knockout. Wilder, at 37-years-old, has expressed his desire to end his career by facing Fury on UK soil.

Despite the talks between Fury and Wilder, boxing fans across the world are still eager for an undisputed heavyweight title fight between Fury and Usyk. The fight was originally slated to take place in Saudi Arabia, but according to ESPN, it will now take place at Wembley.

As the negotiations continue, boxing fans wait with bated breath to see which fight will come to fruition. One thing is for sure, whoever Fury faces in April, it’s set to be a heavyweight battle for the ages.



Joseph Omoniyi



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