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Boxing Betting: Fury now wants to take on Wilder
By Marcy Lenning Monday, 25 November 2013 11:12
Tyson Fury wants American Deontay Wilder to be his next opponent after his clash in February with David Haye was cancelled, and boxing betting fans really hope that this bout gets underway, as it could prove to be one massive fight.
Haye is now recovering from shoulder surgery and thinking about his future after doctors advised him to retire, something that many boxing betting fans do not want to see happen any time soon.
Pay per head services know that it is the second time in two months that Haye pulled out of a fight against Fury after a cut suffered in training set back their original bout in September, and pundits were already looking at the boxing odds.
A very angry Fury took to Twitter, venting his rage at Haye before he turned his attention to undefeated heavyweight ‘The Bronze Bomber’.
“You talk the talk, @BronzeBomber, now it’s time to walk the walk!” Fury tweeted. “Wilder v Fury at the Phones 4U Arena February 8th – Let’s get it on!!
“You and me is the biggest and most exciting fight in world boxing! You’ve had banter with me and my promoter @HennessySports so get someone to call Mick and let’s give the fans a real fight!!”
Price per head services and boxing betting fans saw Wilder clinch 30 consecutive victories by means of knockout, and none of his opponents were able to last more than four rounds.
The American fighter, who in April took only 70 seconds to defeat Audley Harrison, is currently searching for his next opponent and his manager Jay Deas claims that he is interested in Fury, and fans all over the world would like to see what the boxing odds will look like if this fight takes place.
“Of course we are interested,” Deas told World Boxing News: “I think it is the single biggest fight in the heavyweight division. It is one thing to call someone out, but I look forward to seeing if there is an offer.
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“If the offer equals the magnitude of the fight and event, then we can begin discussions. I know Peter Fury wants it to happened and so do I , so hopefully it can be worked out.”
Pay per Head services are well aware of what an amazing knockout artist Wilder is, and boxing betting fans everywhere cannot wait to see the fighter take on Fury.