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Sport Tyson Fury has all 47 stitches removed from gruesome eye cut in bid to be fit for world heavyweight rematch with Deontay Wilder

19:05  24 september  2019
19:05  24 september  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Tyson Fury will make Deontay Wilder 'look silly' in rematch, says trainer Ben Davison Deontay Wilder will be concerned that Tyson Fury will make him 'look silly' in their expected rematch in February, according to the Mancunian's trainer Ben Davison. Both men have to get through their next fights, Fury against Otto Wallin on Saturday and Wilder a rematch against Luis Ortiz in November, before they can meet again. © ASSOCIATED PRESS Tyson Fury listens during a news conference Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019, in Las Vegas. Fury will face Otto Wallin in a heavyweight boxing match Saturday.

🏥 Tyson Fury had 47 stitches to patch up his double cut from the Otto Wallin fight. "I went to the hospital, had a few stitches , went home and had an early night," the 6ft 7in fighter said. Fury has vowed he is “ready for war” against Wilder , after the pair fought to a thrilling draw in a heavyweight

DEONTAY WILDER says Tyson Fury ’s cut was the worst he’s seen since Vitali Klitschko’s against Lennox Lewis. And the WBC heavyweight champ (41-0-1, 40 KOs) insisted Super Glu, Cement Glue or even staples will stop him from popping the Gypsy King’s eye open again in their February rematch .

Tyson Fury listens during a news conference Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019, in Las Vegas. Fury will face Otto Wallin in a heavyweight boxing match Saturday. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken) © AP Tyson Fury listens during a news conference Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019, in Las Vegas. Fury will face Otto Wallin in a heavyweight boxing match Saturday. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken)

Tyson Fury has already had the 47 stitches removed from that chasm of a cut in hope of being fit for his $100million world heavyweight title rematch with Deontay Wilder.

The stitches have been taken out in Manchester only ten days after the gash was inflicted above his right eye in Las Vegas.

The second clash with WBC champion Wilder, following their epic draw in Los Angeles, is scheduled for Sin City on February 22.

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Deontay Wilder has warned Tyson Fury he will attempt to burst open his scar during their rematch next year. Fury was badly cut above his right eye the third round of his win over Otto Wallin last weekend. The injury required 47 stitches and means Fury must rest for two months to allow it to heal.

By Chris Williams: WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder says Tyson Fury has no It’s one thing for Fury to be fighting with one eye filled with blood against Otto Wallin, and another Wilder : Fury -Wallin fight should have been stopped. “That fight [with Wallin] was supposed to be stopped.

The timing is tight, as promoter Frank Warren explains: ‘We won’t know for sure if such an horrific cut has healed properly for another six or seven weeks.

‘Tyson will not be able to do any physical exercise for two months. The he will need to start sparring just before or just after Christmas to get in the seven or eight weeks he will need in camp to be ready by mid-February. 

‘Fortunately it was a clean cut, not jagged, so it didn’t need to be reopened for plastic surgery.

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‘But we will still need to be sure it is OK. This is always the risk with boxing. One punch can change everything.’

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WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder has vowed to reopen the horrendous cuts above Tyson Fury 's right eye in their anticipated rematch . A hungry Wilder is smelling blood. READ MORE: * Fury needs 47 stitches to mend cut * The Kiwi in Fury 's corner * Fury , Wilder sign on for trilogy.

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder has vowed to reopen the horrendous cuts above Tyson Fury 's right eye in their anticipated rematch . READ MORE: * Fury needs 47 stitches to mend cut * The Kiwi in Fury 's corner * Fury , Wilder sign on for trilogy. "That's not my problem if he's ready or not.

Warren is concerned that something similar may befall Wilder when he fights Luis Ortiz in his preparatory fight in November.

Ortiz is more dangerous than Otto Wallin, who did the damage to Fury, and Warren says: ‘I wish Wilder wasn’t taking that fight, just as I would have preferred Tyson not to have had his warm-up, but it appears it is going ahead.’

a man in a boxing ring: Fury is attempting to give himself as much time as possible to be ready for February's rematch © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Fury is attempting to give himself as much time as possible to be ready for February's rematch

Warren emphasised that the leading heavyweights need to get on with their big-money fights.

Ahead of Friday night’s Commonwealth heavyweight title fight between his fast-rising Daniel Dubois and Ghana’s undefeated African champion Ebenezer Tetteh at the Roysl Albert Hall, Warren said: ‘The top four (Fury, Wilder, Ruiz and Joshua) need to keep an eye over their shoulders.

‘Daniel is the best young heavyweight in the world. Assuming he comes through this fight, it won’t be long now before he is ready to take them on.’

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