October 9 will mark the end of the bad blood and bitter rivalry between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder.
Well, at least, that’s what the fans are hoping for.
Ahead of his trilogy mega-fight against ‘The Gypsy King’, Deontay Wilder recently shared an update on Instagram. While he seems to be in a good place before the most critical fight of his life, his latest post raised some eyebrows.
In his Instagram post, he shared a video of dirt track racing at top speed. There are several risks attached to driving a mud buggy at top speed.
Given that there’s a mega championship fight fuelled by bad blood and tension on the line, this was an even riskier thing to do. Luckily, Deontay Wilder exited the dirt track uninjured and unscathed.
Being in the best shape of his life, he is now looking to regain his WBC heavyweight title and then climb the ranks in the division towards Anthony Joshua‘s current throne.
What will the heavyweight division look like after Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3?
Before ‘The Bronze Bomber’ and Tyson Fury head into battle on October 9, there is another heavyweight clash that could set the division’s narrative for the next few months.
Two-time unified heavyweight world champion, Anthony Joshua is now all set to take on the undisputed cruiserweight champion, Oleksandr Usyk. The two are scheduled to fight on September 25 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The winner of the Joshua-Usyk 12 round bout could be next in line to face the winner of Fury-Wilder 3. With these two back-to-back mega-fights, the heavyweight division could see huge changes and shifts in the coming few months. All four of these heavyweights are some of the best in the world and have an unparalleled set of skills.
The AJ-Usyk fight will set the tone for the subsequent Fury-Wilder trilogy bout. Fans will have a lot to think about right after the first show ends on September 25.
Which direction do you see this heavyweight tale heading into next?
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