Deontay Wilder says he’s open to fourth fight with Tyson Fury after Tommy’s win
Deontay Wilder revealed he's open to a fourth fight with Tyson Fury – despite not yet beating him in their trilogy.
Wilder was in attendance at the Diriyah Arena in Saudi Arabia on Sunday (February 26) as Tyson's younger brother Tommy beat Jake Paul on a split-decision. He crossed paths with The Gypsy King beforehand, with the pair sharing a hug.
Fury decisively settled their feud in October 2021 by beating him for the second time after they'd drawn their first fight. But Wilder is still keen to have another bite at the cherry.
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When asked by iFL TV if he'd be interested in a fourth clash after the bout, he said: "Of course. We are fighters so of course.
"We will do it again, for sure, stay tuned. All the big fights are possible, we are having discussions with everybody, especially the fighters at the top."
Wilder had been mentioned as a potential replacement for Oleksandr Usyk should their heavyweight unification fight not go ahead as planned.
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Fury's promoter Frank Warren did rubbish those suggestions, but his self-imposed deadline for it to be organised has since passed.
Wilder, meanwhile, felt Paul was robbed referee Hector Afu, who docked a point from him for hitting Tommy in the back of the head. “I think Jake got that one,” he told Fight Hub TV.
“That referee, that was an immature point taken. I think Jake Paul needed that knockdown and when he did it evened it out. I think he only gave it to Fury because of the point taken. It was an immature point, the referee is supposed to give him at least three warnings, he gave him no warnings – get out of here.”
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