Tyson Fury To Be Part Of BT Sport Saturday Night Coverage
It’s already been an interesting Saturday for WBC World Heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury, and the “Gypsy King” is now ready to speak out on his promoter’s televised fight card later Saturday night.
First, the newly re-crowned champ underwent some road work conditioning under unusual circumstances and conditions Saturday morning in Lancaster, England:
THE HUMAN RACEHORSE!! ? pic.twitter.com/NcFUOH4pb2
— TYSON FURY (@Tyson_Fury) August 29, 2020
Fury definitely got a good workout in from pulling a friend of his with a resistance strap up the hills of those roads in the countryside.
And now, he is slated to be part of tonight’s BT Sport television broadcast of the Queensbury Promotions fight card.
Their main event involves twenty-two-year-old unbeaten, English Heavyweight, Daniel Dubois, in what is essentially a “stay busy” fight, while he gets ready for a bigger battle with fellow unbeaten Brit, Joe Joyce. Dubois and Joyce are slated to meet later this year, potentially in late October or early November.
But, those fighters are not in line anytime soon to get a shot at the 30-0-1, 21 KOs, Fury.
No, the “Gypsy King” is still waiting for when the third battle with former champ, Deontay Wilder, will take place and where?
That bout most likely will be in December and Top Rank Boxing promoter Bob Arum along with Frank Warren of Queensbury and Al Haymon of Premier Boxing Champions are trying to work out, if some crowd can be in attendance? And, there has been talk that the bout might have to be in places like Saudi Arabia or even, Australia
For now, Fury very humorously made clear that he’s coming to the London studios for the interview and updates on Saturday night. And, that he did have “demands,”
Hotel suite ?
Train ticket ?
Four cans of ice cold coke zero ?@Tyson_Fury made his extravagant demands and we've met them!
— Boxing on BT Sport ? (@BTSportBoxing) August 29, 2020
(Personally, I enjoy “Coke Zero,” myself.)
And, it will be a guarantee that the interviewer(s) with Fury will want to know about how serious his desire to fight fellow Englishman and Unified Heavyweight Champ, Anthony Joshua? Those two with their promoters have allegedly agreed to a two-fight deal to meet next year.
One important variable is that Joshua still has to defend against IBF #1 contender, Kubrat Pulev, in a fight that has been delayed by Covid 19 and the desire to have fans present for that one, as well.