Tyson Fury reveals his pick for the winner of Deontay Wilder vs Andy Ruiz



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Tyson Fury reveals his pick for the winner of Deontay Wilder vs Andy Ruiz

Tyson Fury will have his third match against Derek Chisoro on Saturday night. On both occasions, Fury celebrated, and some lesser connoisseurs of Fury's career would at first assume that Chisora might be Fury's biggest rival, but it is certainly Deontay Wilder.

"Gypsy King" and "Bronze Bomber" have fought three times in their careers so far. The first match ended in a draw, although many are of the opinion that Fury should have won. The Briton proved his class in the next two matches and defeated Wilder in the next two fights.

The possibility of their fourth match also exists. The WBC ordered a title eliminator between Andy Ruiz and Deontay Wilder, and the WBC champion is currently Tyson Fury. If Wilder defeats Ruiz, he will become the mandatory challenger according to the WBC.

It is currently unknown when Wilder and Ruiz should face off, but there are rumors of a spring date.

Fury revealed who he favors in the match between Ruiz and Wilder.

“I would like to see Andy Ruiz knock his motherf------- ass out,” Fury told BoxingScene.com.

“Because I’m sick of looking at Deontay Wilder. I need another man to train for. I need another guy to fight. We fought three times already. I think the guy’s a piece of sh!t as a person. I don’t like him. He’s an excuse-maker.

He gets beat by a better man on the night, and he can’t take it. So, he’s gotta think of a million reasons why he lost. So, he’s not a great sportsman, in my opinion, and I hope Ruiz knocks him out cold”.

“Probably Wilder will hit him with one shot and knock him out cold. But I hope Andy smashes his ass!” In the continuation of the conversation, Fury stated that he would like to see Wilder in the matches against Usyk and Joshua because he wants to see how they would cope with the striking power of the "Bronze Bomber".

After the third fight with Fury, Wilder briefly retired from boxing and considered retirement. However, he returned to the ring on October 15 of this year and defeated Robert Helenius by knockout in the first round. In this way, Wilder proved that he really belongs at the top of the heavyweight division and it would be really interesting to watch him against any top heavyweight.