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'Zero possibilities. I already spanked him three times' - Tyson Fury Puts An End to Potential Rumors of him Fighting Wilder Again

Tyson Fury has unequivocally rejected the possibility of facing one of the top contenders in the heavyweight division, stating that there is “absolutely no chance” of such a bout taking place.

Fury has been absent from the boxing ring since December of the previous year, when he secured victory over his long-standing rival Derek Chisora for the third time. This bout took place in front of an impressive crowd of 60,000 spectators at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London.

This victory marked Fury’s third successful defense of his WBC belt, which he had claimed in a rematch against Deontay Wilder in 2021. Their initial encounter had ended controversially in a draw. Subsequently, a third showdown between the two fighters was mandated following an arbitration ruling in favor of Wilder’s team.

In their third encounter, the undefeated British fighter once again emerged victorious, delivering a knockout to Wilder in the eleventh round after an exhilarating back-and-forth battle.

During an interview with Stephen A. Smith on ESPN’s First Take, Fury was questioned about the possibility of a fourth bout against Deontay Wilder. In response, Fury left no room for ambiguity, stating,

“Zero possibilities. I already spanked him three times – you know I won the first fight.

First one I kicked his a**, second two I knocked his a** out. I give him a hell of a beating three times so he’d have to be stupid to want to fight me again, that’s for sure.”

Fury is set to return to the ring next month as he faces Francis Ngannou, a former UFC heavyweight champion, in a crossover fight in Saudi Arabia scheduled for October 28. While the outcome of this contest will be recorded on both fighters’ records, it’s important to note that the WBC title will not be at stake, as this marks Ngannou’s debut in professional boxing.

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