- Tyson Fury does not want to pay Deontay Wilder off for their coming trilogy
- The Brit made it clear that he wants to fight the American again and beat him
- Fury also wants to face his fellow countryman Anthony Joshua after facing Wilder
British world boxing champion Tyson Fury has turned his back against the option of him paying Deontay Wilder to step down from their coming trilogy so as to face Anthony Joshua.
Back in February this year, Tyson Fury produced a superb performance which helped him to beat Deontay Wilder mercilessly in a fight staged in the United States.
Tyson Fury overpowered Deontay Wilder from the first round to the seventh before a member of the American's coaching crew had to throw in the towel.
After throwing in the towel, Tyson Fury was then declared the winner in a defeat which came as a painful one for Deontay Wilder.
But before the fight came up, there was already an agreement of a trilogy in which Deontay Wilder has now activated claiming that he wants to fight Fury again.
While speaking with Mark Wright on Instagram Video, Tyson Fury explained that he is ready to face Deontay Wilder again and will not be paying him off.
Fury added that he has the confidence of beating Deontay Wilder again before facing Anthony Joshua.
''We've got the rematch with Wilder on at some point as well, then we've got the two AJ fights.
''Well, one, and then obviously when I batter him he'll want a rematch.
'I'm not paying him no money to step aside. I'd rather take his scalp again. I'll beat him in the ring and that's how I'll get him out the way. I wouldn't pay him £2m to step aside.
''I'd rather give him another battering, again. I'm gonna take him out again for a third time,'' Fury explained.
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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how world boxing champion Anthony Joshua recorded the biggest rise in fortune of his life after his 2020 net worth increased by £58m making him having total of massive £107m.
According to the Sunday Times Rich List, they came out with names of 1,000 richest people in Britain in which Anthony Joshua comes out topping financially.
In June 2019, Anthony Joshua was beaten by Mexican boxer Andy Ruiz in what came as a huge shock to many fans who had thought that it would be an easy ride for Joshua.
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