Sport Deontay Wilder's trainer: 'Tyson Fury doesn’t make it out of five rounds'
Tyson Fury 'very badly injured,' only at 50% before Deontay Wilder fight, father says
Tyson Fury was "very badly injured" going into his fight with Deontay Wilder last month and underwent a six-hour surgery following the victory, his father, John Fury, told BT Sport. Fury received injections in both elbows ahead of the Oct. 9 fight, the third of their trilogy series, John Fury said in an extensive interview from his 1950s caravan home in the countryside. He added that his son went into the fight at "50%" after a positive COVID-19Fury received injections in both elbows ahead of the Oct. 9 fight, the third of their trilogy series, John Fury said in an extensive interview from his 1950s caravan home in the countryside.
Malik Scott, the co-trainer of former heavyweight titleholder Deontay Wilder, has said he expects his protégé to surprise a lot of people when he faces Tyson Fury in their third fight on Oct. 9 in Las Vegas.
And the factafter Fury tested positive for COVID-19 only makes him more confident.
Scott spoke to me and Kenneth Bouhairie on.
“My prediction is still the same … I don’t believe Fury is going to make it out of five rounds,” Scott said. “… [Wilder] is even more focused than he was before the postponement. And my prediction now is there is no telling when it will happen because that’s how sharp and how good he is looking.
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The WBC champion made the boast ahead of Tommy Fury's fight with Jake Paul.The WBC champion is currently training his younger brother, Tommy Fury, ahead of the light heavyweight fighter’s bout with Jake Paul in Florida this December.
“It’s the best Deontay Wilder I’ve ever seen from so many different levels. And when I say that I’m not talking about in the gym or in the ring. … What you do outside the gym to me is just as important, if not more important. … It’s the investments that you’re putting into yourself … to get the exact result we’re aiming for when it comes to Oct. 9.
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“We plan on hurting Fury really bad. And Deontay Wilder is training as such. And he’s acting very accordingly to the situation, the task we have at hand. So Tyson Fury doesn’t make it out of five rounds or earlier.”
Fury (30-0-1, 21 KOs) and Wilder (42-1-1, 41 KOs) fought to a draw in December 2018.by a seventh-round knockout to take Wilder’s WBC title in February of last year, after which Wilder fired longtime trainer Mark Breland.
Washington Nationals sued by ex-employees over vaccine firing
The Washington Nationals are being sued by two former employees who were fired for refusing to comply with the team’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Lawrence (Larry) Pardo and Brad Holman were pitching coaches in the Nats’ organization. The two refused to get the COVID-19 vaccine for religious reasons and were fired by the Nats as a result. The team instituted a mandate on Aug. 12 that went into effect on Sept. 10, leading to the firing of both men.Now the two have filed a lawsuit against the club, TMZ Sports reports.
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