Tyson Fury confirms next three fights as he refuses to pay Deontay Wilder to step aside

Tyson Fury is now being tipped for a big-money fight against Anthony Joshua in what could be boxing’s biggest match ever, but he is likely to face a third bout with deontay Wilder

Tyson Fury has confirmed that he plans to step into the ring with boxing rival Anthony Joshua, but a third bout with Deontay Wilder awaits him first.

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Unbeaten heavyweight Fury delivered what has commonly been labelled a “masterclass” to beat Wilder in February and claim the WBC belt.

British boxing fans are now desperate to see Fury step into the ring with Anthony Joshua for the first time to see a unified heavyweight champion crown.

And in remarkable scenes, the 31-year-old revealed that he has plans to give his followers what they want with two fights against ‘AJ’.

But first, Fury has revealed that he will most likely go ahead with a third fight against Wilder, with the American likely to trigger a rematch clause.

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