Sport Tyson Fury makes desperate Joe Biden plea ahead of Deontay Wilder trilogy
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The heavyweight division has two huge fights on the horizon.There has been plenty of talk surrounding who Joshua will fight after Usyk, even though the Ukrainian is sure to pose an extremely stern test of his own.
has asked US President to make a special exception to Covid rules so his legion of supporters can cross the Atlantic to cheer him on in his trilogy clash with . The pair will meet for a third time in Las Vegas on Saturday.
There may only be a few days to go until fight night, but Fury hasn't given up hope that he might be able to convince the president to allow British citizens to enter the US for the bout.
Rules preventing the entry of those travelling directly from the UK are set to be relaxed, but not in time to allow anyone to fly in for Fury vs Wilder 3.
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So while the T-Mobile arena would ordinarily have had a section of Fury fans cheering on the Gypsy King with thousands more Britons watching in bars on the famous Las Vegas strip, the crowd is likely to be even more pro-Wilder than it would have been.
In an attempt to change that, Fury called on Biden to allow his fans in for the big event.
"I've still got my fingers crossed that at the last minute President Biden will open the borders to my supporters," he said.
"I've been putting the pressure on for the Brits to be allowed to invade Las Vegas again and make it like my second fight with Wilder."
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Current rules, which force British citizens to spend a minimum of two weeks outside of the UK before travelling to the States, are not set to be relaxed until November 1.
There are 'National Interest Exemptions', though, which can be granted to international sports stars as well as those who would bring benefits to the US.
Fury continued his plea by arguing that those British tourists would help breathe life back into Las Vegas after its huge hospitality industry was decimated by the pandemic.
"When we English go places we do take over. We do drink a lot," the Gypsy King continued.
"We're wild and rowdy, screaming and shouting a lot. Lager flying everywhere. And our fight crowds spend plenty of money."
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He also recalled his previous fight with Wilder in the city, and how huge numbers of British fans in attendance helped make it feel like a home crowd for him.
"I had seventeen and a half thousand cheering for me in the MGM Grand Garden Arena and more than 18,000 at the weigh-in," he said.
"How bad do you think that made Wilder feel as an American in Vegas, the entertainment capital of the world, boxing in his own country and everyone's screaming 'there's only one Tyson Fury'?
"Imagine how bad I would feel if I was boxing the Bronze Bomber in England and everyone was shouting for him? In his case he might as well have been fighting me at Wembley.
"'It was amazing but Vegas may not see the like of it again in a long time. Unless Mr Biden opens the doors to us."
Anthony Joshua's tweet to Tyson Fury back in 2017 is being dragged up & mocked now .