Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder made official after Fury wins unanimous decision

Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder made official after Fury wins unanimous decision

Wilder will be ringside for Saturday's fight, according to ESPN, and a future showdown between him and Fury could be announced immediately afterward, assuming Fury defeats Pianeta.

Fury, the former world heavyweight champion, cleared the way for a fight with Wilder, the current WBC titleholder, by winning the second bout of his comeback on Sunday (NZ time).

The details of the fight will be announced next week according to Frank Warren, promoter of Fury, but his ward announced the possible venue when he confronted Wilder.

This year he can add the WBC title to his list of accomplishments if he beats the 32 year old Wilder who is also unbeaten at 40-0 and most importantly, an eye-catching 39 knockouts. "It's on. It's the best fighting the best". I said to him: "'No messing around, just try to get him out of there if you can.' And Tyson said that he needed the rounds and that's exactly right".

"I got 10 rounds with a very tough man under my belt".

"We are two men who will fight anybody", Fury said while face to face with Wilder.

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Crucially for Fury, after the disappointment of his four-round victory over Sefer Seferi in June, in being taken the 10-round distance he was given the chance to shift much of the ring rust that would have developed during his near-three-year absence.

The WBC heavyweight champion that has always been touted as Anthony Joshua's next plausible opponent, it is becoming ever more likely that Fury vs Wilder is a much more likely prospect. I went 10 rounds and I was very happy with my performance. "I promise you. You've never been knocked out but you're going to feel the experience, what it feels to get hit by the Bronze Bomber".

"I can't wait to fight you because I am going to knock you out", Wilder said to Fury.

Wilder fired back: "You can run around like you're a preacher but I promise you, when you do step in this ring I will baptise you!"

The English boxer ended the ninth with some of his best punches of the fight, but Pianeta was unmoved.

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