Fury reveals four-fight plan for 2019/20, including Wilder and Ruiz vs Joshua winner
Sept. 10, 2019
Tyson Fury has declared that he wants to fight Deontay Wilder twice and then take on the winner of the Andy Ruiz Jr vs Anthony Joshua rematch next year.
Britain’s ‘lineal’ heavyweight champion has had a relatively disappointing 2019 in terms of opposition, taking on Tom Schwarz in June and Otto Wallin this Saturday.
However, he’s now mapped out his dream four-fight plan for the next stage of his career and this appears a mouth-watering prospect for boxing fans.
Fury told BT Sport : “I’ll fight Wallin, Wilder, Wilder, winner of Ruiz-Joshua, if they’re available. If they’re not, I’ll give ‘Del Boy’ [Chisora] another shot.
“I’ll tell you where it takes me. I’ve got Wallin here in September. February 22 is Wilder and then the rematch I want in June or July.
“Providing I get through that unscathed, I’ll fight in December.”
Tyson Fury's Four-Fight Plan
Sept 14: Otto Wallin
Feb 22: Deontay Wilder II
June/July: Deontay Wilder III
December: Andy Ruiz/Anthony Joshua
It is already known that, after his bout with Wallin, Fury has signed to face Wilder in a rematch of their controversial 2018 draw.
This deal includes a further two-way rematch clause, meaning that a trilogy contest then seems inevitable.