Deontay Wilder believes that Tyson fury He did catch the coronavirus and assured that he is not worried about a possible withdrawal in his third fight on October 9.
“I can’t control what they do in their corner,” the American told PremierBoxingChampions.com. “I cannot control if it is a truth or a lie. You know what I’m saying, I really don’t believe anything they’ve done. I honestly don’t think he didn’t have coronavirus. When you look at his actions and what he has done, it is understandable. It has been in different places and that cannot be acted upon ”.
The fight between the two was originally scheduled for July 24, but was later moved after the positive of Fury, who acquired it through one of his sparring partners.
For Wilder, English corner attitudes have been the main reason why you have no doubt that you have acquired the virus. However, he was annoyed by the attitude with which Fury has taken the disease.
“What bothers me is that so many people out there have suffered from this coronavirus, members of my family even died from the virus,” he said. “Seeing someone fiddling around, I honestly don’t like it and I don’t take it lightly. It’s not a game. All of us who love someone and saw them die because of this cannot take it lightly ”.
Tyson was in casinos and later Bob arum He came to admit that he did not have his complete vaccination schedule. Later he returned to England and then he resumed his workouts in Las Vegas, where it implemented stricter sanitary protocols.
Fury will fight with WIlder and will defend the scepter of CMB after about 20 months of the last meeting between the two.
Tyson won in the last contest, but Deontay He is looking forward to reclaiming the WBC heavyweight belt.