Following Wilder, Tyson Fury has a four-fight plan that includes Dillian Whyte, Anthony Joshua, and Chisora.
With his second consecutive stoppage of Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury demonstrated that he is the king of the heavyweight division.
Tyson Fury, the WBC and Ring Magazine heavyweight world champion, wrote out his perfect hit-list before his historic trilogy showdown with Deontay Wilder, giving us a good sense of where his career might go next. With a vicious 11th-round stoppage of the Alabaman, the Gypsy King put an end to his bitter rivalry with the Bronze Bomber in style.
There is already been conjecture about who Fury would face next, but the Gypsy King has already announced his ideal five-fight plan, which includes defeating Wilder.
Fury announced his intention to return to fight in December in September, naming Dillian Whyte as his chosen opponent.
“Because of all the idleness, I’m going to destroy Wilder in October, and then I’m going to fight in December. “I don’t believe the Joshua bout will take place in December,” Fury stated.
“So here’s my bucket list,” says the narrator. I’ll face Wilder on October 9th, and then in December, I’ll fight Dillian Whyte for the first time in years at a venue in the north, possibly Manchester. Let’s set a date for the end of December.
“I’ll put a stop to that jerk right away; that’ll be a simple one.”
Whyte, who has been waiting patiently for his opportunity at the green strap as mandatory challenger, will finally get his chance if he defeats Otto Wallin later this month at the O2 Arena.
In recent months, Fury and ‘the Body Snatcher’ have had a lot of back-and-forth on social media, but now they might get the chance to settle the score in the ring.
The Gypsy King, speaking before Anthony Joshua’s loss to Oleksandr Usyk at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, was also eyeing an all-British mega-fight with AJ, but if the Ukrainian successfully defends his belts in the rematch, all eyes will be on him.
At the time, he added: “Then I’ll fight Joshua in Saudi Arabia in March, let’s do it, and then we’ll have a rematch here at Wembley in the summer.
“And then I’ll go out in my final fight, which will be around two years long, and. “Brinkwire Summary News.”