Mike Tyson gives Deontay Wilder advice on how to beat Tyson Fury in heavyweight title trilogy bout

Mike Tyson shared some advice with Deontay Wilder on how to regain his WBC title in the Bronze Bomber’s planned trilogy battle against Tyson Fury“data-reactid =” 17 “> Former world heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson shared some advice with Deontay Wilder on how to regain his WBC title in the Bronze Bomber’s planned trilogy battle against Tyson Fury.

Wilder and Fury battled for a controversial draw in December 2018, with the Briton ultimately triumphing in a highly anticipated rematch in February this year.

Wilder’s corner threw a towel in the seventh round in Las Vegas after the American had been outboxed the entire game. The result marked the first loss of Wilder’s professional career.

Now Tyson, who reigned as the youngest ever heavyweight boxing champion in boxing, has shared some tips with Wilder on how to avenge defeat and thereby regain his WBC title.

Tyson said on Instagram Live, “Listen, [Wilder] not the same fight, he fought the first fight. The first fight he fought confidently as if he could win. The second fight he fought as if he had no zest for life, no life within him.

“I just don’t think he was the same fighter after the first fight. He couldn’t take that opportunity anymore.”

However, Tyson added that he believed Wilder could still defeat Fury despite failing in the first two clashes.

“There is always a chance,” he said. “Everyone always has a chance. It just depends on how much they want to admit it.

“If he wants to dedicate his life to really winning this battle, anything can happen. Deontay Wilder can still make a lot of money. He should not feel sad or discouraged. He must continue fighting and with a lot of spunk and confidence.

“He feels like he’s given up -” Oh, my life is over. I’ve made $ 90 million so far, but my life is over. Oh lord, oh God, I want to die. “Growing up man, let’s keep doing this until it’s really over.”

Tyson also praised Fury for his performance against Wilder and ring skills.

“His father named him after me,” said Tyson. “How […] someone can name someone after you and this man becomes heavyweight champion. He just wanted to call him a tough guy!

“He is very different, 1.85 meters, but really elusive. He is a boxer and, man, I wish him the best of luck.”

Earlier this week, Fury’s promoters Frank Warren and Bob Arum suggested that the third fight against Wilder due to the coronavirus pandemic be moved from its original date in June.

Both men said the match is likely to be held in October now.

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