Whyte slams ‘pathetic’ Wilder, Ruiz in training, Garcia wants Pacquiao fight – The Sun


Tyson Fury’s spectacular win over Deontay Wilder is still on everybody’s lips despite the fight taking place over a week ago.

It’s reckoned the pair will fight for a third time after Wilder’s team contacted Fury’s side about taking up their contract clause.

And they could even clash before this summer’s Olympic games, with July pencilled in as a potential date.

It means an anticipated British battle between Fury and Anthony Joshua will have to wait until the end of the year.

That’s no surprise after Fury’s dad John branded AJ as “frightened.”

And he believes Joshua would also quit any bout in tears before taking on The Gypsy King.

It means all eyes will be on Wilder’s camp as he looks to reclaim his WBC crown.

The Alabama Hammer has already posted a warning on Instagram, telling Fury that “the war has just begun.”

But that only prompted derision from mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte, who called Wilder’s threat “pathetic.”

Meanwhile, Fury’s cutman has demolished fake conspiracy theories that his gloves had been tampered with in the Wilder win.

It was claimed they allowed Fury to punch the American where there was no cushioning.

But Jacob ‘Stitch’ Duran has dismissed the rumours as a “big myth.”

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