By Michael Benson
26th November 2019,
Tyson Fury has branded Deontay Wilder’s win over Luis Ortiz a ‘terrible’ performance.
The WBC heavyweight champion defended his title with astunning seventh-round knockouton Saturday night, but endured a rough opening to the bout as he struggled to get to grips with his opponent’s style.
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Fury was keeping a close eye on the contest as Wilder’s win has now set up a mega rematch between them which istentatively scheduled for February 22 in Las Vegas.
When asked if he was impressed by his future foe’s win, the ‘Gypsy King’ replied: “Definitely not, it was terrible.
“He lost every round to a 50-year-old man and then KOd him when he slowed down. It was pants.”
Fury added in separate social media posts: “Wilder has nothing more than a puncher’s chance vs me, I’m gonna school him even more than the first fight.
“He ain’t no badass. I beat him after three years out of the ring, he is a bum dosser.”
Definitely not it was terrible,
He lost every round to a 50 year old man, & then ko him when he slowed down, it was pants.
— TYSON FURY (@Tyson_Fury)November 26, 2019