Boxing: Tyson Fury reply Floyd Mayweather after offering to train Wilder ahead of their Trilogy bout
Tyson Fury, the World Boxing Champion (WBC) replies retired undefeated king of Pound-for-Pound and American boxer, Floyd Mayweather Jnr for offering to train fellow American boxer and Tyson Fury’s next opponent, Deontay Wilder.
Deontay Wilder activated the trilogy clause in his contract with Tyson Fury after the Briton defeated him in their last heavyweight fight in America this year.
Wilder and Fury have faced-off twice in the ring with the first fight ending in a draw and Tyson winning the second bout.
“If I train him I can teach him how to win,” says Floyd Mayweather Jnr ahead of Wilder trilogy bout with Fury.
The outspoken British takes no time in replying Mayweather over the offer to train his next opponent.
“@FloydMayweather no matter what you teach him, I will smash him,” says the Tyson Fury.
The winner of the trilogy fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will be looking forward to a unification fight hottest heavyweight fighter around now, Anthony Joshua.
Joshua defeated Andy Ruiz in a rematch in Saudi Arabia this year after his surprise defeat last year in United States of America against the Mexican.
Joshua currently has the WBA, WBO, IBO, and IBF belts with him in the heavyweight division to be the most sought-after boxer today.
Meanwhile, 40-year-old Alexander Povetkin defeated another British heavyweight boxer, Dilian Whyte last night in their heavyweight bout.
Povetkin heavy uppercut landed Dilian Whyte on the floor and ultimately ending the bout and it might likely affect Whyte chances of fighting Anthony Joshua again after calling him out a number of times.