Tyson Fury 'won’t want any more part' of Deontay Wilder after trilogy, as American's manager rules out FOURTH fight

TYSON FURY has been warned he 'won’t want any more part' of Deontay Wilder after their trilogy, ruling out a FOURTH fight.

Fury will share the ring with his American rival for a third time on Saturday in Las Vegas.

It comes after they dramatically drew in 2018 before Wilder was beaten in their February 2020 rematch.

That did include a contracted trilogy bout, but Fury tried to walk away from it to instead fight Anthony Joshua, 31.

But Wilder's successful arbitration secured his shot at redemption, pitting the heavyweights against each other once more.

And it could be the third and final time, with the trilogy involving NO right to a rematch for the loser.

It leaves Wilder's co-manager Shelly Finkel doubting demand for a fourth instalment, and reckons it could be within Fury's best interests, too.

Finkel told SunSport: "At this point no. We’ll see what happens in the fight, but at this point no. 

“And I would think, if my clairvoyance is correct, Fury won’t want any more part of him after this.”


Wilder, 35, was due to fight Fury, 33, last July but amid the coronavirus pandemic it was continuously delayed.

It has allowed the ex-WBC champion an additional nine months to focus on revenge, now under the guidance of Malik Scott, the man he beat in 2014.

Wilder sacked his assistant trainer Mark Breland, who threw the towel in against Fury, and promoted Scott from team member to head coach.

In the period since his first loss, he has also built a gym in the back of his Alabama mansion.

Wilder, who was previously ever-present in the media, has now gone radio silent, bar the times he has accused Fury of cheating, made without evidence.

And I would think, if my clairvoyance is correct, Fury won’t want any more part of him after this.

This has allowed him to mould into peak condition, according to Finkel, who has been with the Bronze Bomber since his 2008 debut.

He said: “I guess I’ve been with him about 14 years now, and this is the best I’ve ever seen him.

"From everything combined, including physical and mental. He’s stronger physically, mentally really focussed on this.

"I just don’t see how Deontay’s not going to knock him out this time.”


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