Fury's Coach: "Whyte? Usyk? Joshua? We're ready to fight them all!"

Javan Hill, coach of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (31-0-1, 22 KOs), once again summed up his ward's performance in his recent third and winning fight against Deontay Wilder (42-2-1, 41 KOs), which he called one of the best fights in the royal division in boxing history. Hill also outlined the prospects for the Brit's next fights.

Javan Hill
Javan Hill

"The plan for the fight with Wilder was a knockout and we have the same plan for duels with other fighters. That's my style, I love knockouts, both early in the fight and in the final rounds. In his third fight with Wilder, Tyson faced a decent opponent. However, he picked himself up, started working his left and attacking from a right angle. Before that fight we were working on our kicks in the middle distance and that had an effect as well. I'm still in touch with Tyson, we talk or exchange messages every day," said Hill, a nephew of legendary coach Emanuel Steward, who continues his training philosophy, Kronk Gym style in Detroit.

"Right now Tyson is spending time with his kids, it's very important to him. Who will be Tyson's next opponent? It doesn't matter to us, we want them all. Dillian Whyte, Alexander Usyk, Anthony Joshua," added the American specialist, a former Detroit police officer.

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