Tyson Fury Responds To Mayweather’s Claim That Wilder Would Win If He Trained Him For Their Trilogy Fight
Tyson Fury has dismissed Floyd Mayweather’s claim that if he trained Deontay Wilder for their trilogy bout, the American Bronze Bomber would beat the British Gypsy King.
Earlier this year in February, Fury defeated Wilder in a one sided fight which ended with a TKO victory for the Brit. Wilder suffered his first defeat as a professional and also lost his WBC heavyweight title.
Floyd Mayweather, the former five division world champion and self-proclaimed ‘TBE’ of boxing, believes if he coached Wilder he would avenge the defeat. During a Q&A session on his UK tour, Mayweather said: ‘If I trained him, I can teach him how to win’
Tyson Fury, who later become aware of these comments, as ever responded in typically confident manner back at Mayweather on twitter: ‘@floydmayweather no matter what you teach him, I will smash him’
A date for the trilogy fight is yet to be agreed and announced, in fact Wilder appears to have gone missing. Wilder is not posting on social media as once used to and there is little or no noise coming out from his team. As reported, Fury is becoming frustrated with the delay and has called out the Alabama Bronze Bomber for a date for their final encounter.