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Fury Refuses To Pay Wilder To Step Aside, Confirms Next Three Fights

Fury Refuses To Pay Wilder To Step Aside, Confirms Next Three Fights

Tyson Fury has revealed he would take on British rival Anthony Joshua but a third bout with Deontay Wilder will come up first.

Fury outclassed Fury to claim the World Boxing Council belt in February.

The duo are expected to step into the ring for the third time even though boxing fans are desperate to see Fury fight Joshua.

Fury revealed that he will most likely go ahead with a third fight against Wilder, with the American likely to trigger a rematch clause.

“We’ve got the rematch with Wilder on at some point as well, then we’ve got the two AJ fights,”Fury told Mark Wright in a live Instagram chat.

Well, one, and then obviously when I batter him he’ll want a rematch.”

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When asked who he would fight first, Fury responded: “Well Wilder’s got a rematch clause so… Some newspaper reported that he wanted £10million to step aside.

“I’m not paying him no money to step aside… I’d rather take his scalp again.

“I’ll beat him in the ring and that’s how I’ll get him out the way. I wouldn’t pay him £2m to step aside.

“I’d rather give him another battering, again. I’m gonna take him out again for a third time, hopefully end of the year, and then we’re going to go into 2021 for the biggest fight in boxing history between two undefeated British heavyweights – me and AJ.

“We’re going to battle it out for all the gold.”

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