Tyson Fury ‘will end Deontay Wilder’s career’ as Brit can exploit his ‘weak spot’ in fourth fight

Tyson Fury’s father – John Fury – has warned Deontay Wilder that the WBC world heavyweight champion will “end his career” if they fight for a fourth time in 2023.

Fury and Wilder have already fought three times and they came together to deliver one of the best trilogies in the history of the sport.

Some were left underwhelmed when their third bout was announced for October 2021, but the rivals produced a true fight of the year contender.

Their first clash ended in a controversial draw, but Fury put that right with two convincing victories over the heavy-handed American.

Fury would like to see his son fight Oleksandr Usyk next, but he has sent out a warning to Wilder.

"I'd like to see him get the Ukrainian rabbit," Fury told Sportsmail.

"If the rabbit does what's right, then the rabbit can have it. If Deontay Wilder wants it, he can have it too.

"But let me tell you this - if Deontay Wilder gets in the ring with Tyson Fury again that'll be the end of Deontay Wilder's career. We know what spot to hit on, his weak spot. Tyson will hit him in that weak spot harder than he's ever been hit.

"We're not bothered about Wilder's power, what we can do and what we can't do.

"Tyson can beat Deontay Wilder 7 days a week and four times on a Sunday, he'll take them all on.

"All of them, no matter who they are, if they step up to the plate and it makes business sense Tyson will fight them. He can beat them all at a canter.

"Tyson is an elite fighter while the rest are all good. There is a world apart between an elite fighter and a good fighter.

"Tyson will prove that when he meets them all and they're going to get it."

It says a lot about how enthralling the previous Fury-Wilder fights were that not many people would be against them facing off for the fourth time.

A clash at a stadium in the UK would be a huge event and it would certainly be more entertaining than Fury's inevitable snooze fest against Derek Chisora on December 3.

This typical bravado from Fury senior should not take away from the fact that Fury-Usyk is the fight we actually need next so we can find out who is the best heavyweight of this era.

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