Judge Daniel weinstein ordered that Tyson fury Y Deontay Wilder have to fight for the third time before September 15, and the unification fight against Anthony Joshua is in doubt.
Fury faced Wilder for the first time in December 2018 with the heavyweight belt of the CMB in Game.
After 12 rounds, the judges released their cards and it ended in a draw.
In February 2020 the rematch was held, with Fury getting the seventh round knockout win over Wilder. In the contract there was a rebate clause that forced them to a third fight.
Although a third contest was stipulated in the contract, as the term expired, Tyson fury and his team felt they were not contractually obligated to a third fight. It was then that the negotiation with Anthony Joshua to unify the full weight belts.
Given the discrepancy over the interpretation of the contract, a mediator was used. Upon review of the case, the mediator ruled that Wilder he does have the right to a third contract fight.
Last Sunday, May 16, Fury announced that everything was resolved and on August 14 the confrontation will take place in Saudi Arabia.
However, at this time it is not clear if this judge’s decision affects the fight between the two Englishmen, as he can still appeal. There is also the possibility that they will pay Deontwy
Only in recent reports did it become known that Deontay Wilder went back to training with Malik Scott as your head coach.