Tyson Fury planning to give Deontay Wilder 'early night' in trilogy fight and 'not fazed' by Anthony Joshua clash axe

TYSON FURY has vowed to give Deontay Wilder an 'early night' in their upcoming trilogy showdown.

SunSport can reveal Fury is 'unfazed' by the shock decision forcing him to fight the Bronze Bomber for a third time instead of Anthony Joshua as planned.

The Gypsy King, 32, had expected to take on AJ in an all-British heavyweight unification showdown in Saudi Arabia this August – arguably the biggest fight of the century.

But a court ruled he MUST instead honour his contract and fight Wilder for a third time on July 24 having drawn the first and won the rematch.

Now, a source close to Fury has told SunSport: “Tyson doesn’t mind having to fight Wilder.

"In fact he’s looking forward to showing people, once again, that he is a better fighter than Wilder.

“The world has seen, twice, that Wilder can’t live with his style.

"This time he wants to finish things early, give Wilder an early night so there is plenty in the tank to focus on training to take on AJ."

The source continued by saying Fury never flinched at the prospect of fighting Wilder.

They claimed: “He’s never walked away from a challenge in his life.


“When it became clear Wilder wanted as much as £20m to stand aside there was no chance he was going to agree to it.

"Tyson is not in the habit of giving away his children’s inheritance.”

People close to Fury say he believes Wilder, 35, is now firmly on the back foot. 

The source added: “Wilder expected Fury’s camp to try and pay him off.

“Wilder must have been hoping he could go and sit on a beach and wait for AJ and Tyson to fight twice and then take on the winner.

"Tyson has no intention of letting Wilder do that.

"Now he wants to end things and put this nonsense and put Wilder out of the picture for good.

"Then he can focus on what he believes will be the biggest fight Britain has ever witnessed.”

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