‘WilderFury3 here we come’: Deontay Wilder’s fiancee Telli Swift reveals her partner is planning to activate contractual clause to face Tyson Fury in trilogy fight just days after his devastating Las Vegas defeat
- Deontay Wilder’s fiancee hints her partner is planning for third Tyson Fury bout
- The Bronze Bomber’s contract contained a clause that would trigger the trilogy
- Fury defeated his American opponent in Las Vegas after a seventh round TKO
- But the deal allowed the loser to exercise the trilogy match within 30 days
Deontay Wilder’s fiancee Telli Swift appears to have confirmed that the Bronze Bomber will activate the option of a trilogy bout with Tyson Fury.
Wilder was condemned to the first defeat of his professional career in Las Vegas, with the American’s trainer throwing in the towel midway through the seventh round.
But despite being left battered and bloodied by Fury, Wilder’s camp seem likely to exercise a third fight between the pair.
Deontay Wilder’s fiancee confirmed her partner plans to face Tyson Fury in a trilogy bout
Wilder was condemned to the first defeat of his professional career by Fury in Las Vegas
As per the contract penned before the duo faced off for the WBC heavyweight world title, the loser would be able to secure another rematch within 30 days of the clash.
But after Wilder was dominated by an inspired Fury, with the Alabama native knocked down in the third and fifth rounds, talk concerning a unification fight with Anthony Joshua began to gather pace.
Wilder’s partner, however, confirmed that the dethroned star is seeking an immediate shot at revenge.
After a lengthy tribute to Wilder, penned following the end of his five-year reign as WBC champion, she wrote on Instagram: ‘#WilderFury3 here we come!! #thesagacontinues #stillourchamp #bombzquad’.
Telli Swift penned a lengthy tribute to Wilder and also hinted that a third fight was imminent
The loser of the bout was able to trigger the option for another rematch within 30 days
Fury would be entitled to a 60/40 percentage split of all the money on the line for the bout
Fury, as the winner of the second bout, would be entitled to a 60/40 percentage split of all the money on the line for the fight, plus the earnings from PPV and ticket sales.
Reality TV star and model Swift predicted before the highly-anticipated encounter that Wilder would knock out his opponent, and re-posted a picture on social media in an attempt to taunt Fury.
Wilder admitted after his corner conceded defeat that he would have preferred to continue to defend his crown, revealing he was prepared to ‘go out on my shield’.
Fury’s promoter Frank Warren also believes that a rematch is likely to happen.
He told Metro: ‘Shelly Finkel [Wilder’s co-manager] rang me the morning after the fight to tell me they would probably invoke the immediate rematch.
‘So that’s where we’re at right now. I’m assuming that the trilogy fight is going ahead.’
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