Deontay Wilder seeks revenge against Tyson Fury on July 24 | Boxing on ESPN

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “Deontay Wilder seeks revenge against Tyson Fury on July 24 | Boxing on ESPN” – below is their description.

    Deontay Wilder sits down with Bernardo Osuna to preview his trilogy fight vs. Tyson Fury on July 24. Wilder reflects on the post-fight comments he made after their second fight and the difference he feels since his change in training.

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    In This Story: Deontay Wilder

    Deontay Wilder is a heavyweight boxer, who held the WBC Heavyweight World Championship title from 2015 until he was defeated by Tyson Fury in February 2020.

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  • In This Story: Tyson Fury

    Tyson Fury is a heavyweight boxer, current lineal champion of the World, and WBC Heavyweight Champion of the World.

    He fought Deontay Wilder, with whom he drew in December 2018, for the WBC World Title on 22 February 2020, in a fight billed Wilder Fury 2. Fury won by TKO in Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Arena, after a dominant display.

    He is the holder of the Ring Title, the Linear Champion and the WBC World Champion, all at heavyweight.

    Fury weighed in at 19st 7lbs, for the Wilder rematch, and stands at 6’9″ tall. He lives in Morecambe, England.

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