Wilder expects a fight against Fury in December
Deontay Wilder (42-1-1, 41 KOs), apparently, does not take into account the information that his contract for the third fight against Tyson Fury (31-0-1, 21 KOs) has expired, and the Briton is looking for another rival for December. At least that's what Raphael Akpejiori the training partner of the Bronze Bomber said.
“From Deontay's perspective, he is gearing up for December and expects to fight Fury in December,” Akpejiori told The Sun. "He was told that this fight will take place in December, so he trains and will be ready for it. Fury is contracted to give him rematch, so I think he will be at the arena on the day of the fight. Deontay will be there - that's what I can tell you. "
“I talk to Deontai once a week and, as far as I know, he will appear at the arena wherever this fight takes place,” the undefeated Nigerian boxer said.
Meanwhile, Tyson Fury plans to fight on December 5 in London and Wilder is definitely not going to be his rival. According to preliminary information, Carlos Takam and Agit Kabayel have the best chances to cross gloves with the King of the Gypsies.