Tyson Fury trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder undercard revealed with three HUGE heavyweight fights set to take place

TYSON FURY and Deontay Wilder’s trilogy fight will have a host of heavyweight action providing chief support.

Fury faces the American for a third time, set for July 24 in Las Vegas, after Wilder won his case in arbitration.


Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury will rematch once more on July 24[/caption]

The event, cross-promoted by Top Rank and Premier Boxing Champions, will see a host of heavy-hitters featuring on the undercard.

According to The Athletic, that includes the battle of unbeatens between Cuba’s Frank Sanchez meeting Nigeria’s Efe Ajagba.

Sanchez, a training partner of Canelo Alvarez who is promoted by Top Rank will put his 18-0 record against PBC’s Ajagba, who stands 15-0.

Robert Helenius will also rematch Adam Kownacki on the bill, BoxingScene report.

Polish prospect Kownacki, 32, was defeated for the first time and stunned by veteran Helenius, 37, in March 2020.

It is also claimed rising American star Jared Anderson will return, with an opponent yet to be confirmed.

Anderson, 21, is 9-0 and was credited as a huge part in Fury’s win against Wilder last year.

He provided the Gypsy King with expert sparring Stateside, winning the praise of the WBC champion.


How Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder stack up ahead of the trilogy fight[/caption]


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Fury’s half-brother Tommy, 22, is also a rumoured target for the pay-per-view bill, which would provide him with an American debut.

The light-heavyweight, who starred on reality TV series Love Island in 2019, recently went 6-0 with a points win over Jordan Grant.

And afterwards, he called out Wilder’s brother Marsellos, a cruiserweight with a record of 5-2.

Tommy told iFL TV: “It’s a great match-up, makes sense, let’s get it on.

“I’ve got heart to burn, a pair of balls to burn, and I know he hasn’t at the end of the day.

“They’re quick to shout calling everyone out, everyone’s calling me out, who doesn’t wanna fight me?

“So it’s all about moving in the right direction. But him? He’s a slap of the back hand, he’s no good anyway.

“Whatever fight my dad picks next is the way we’ll be going.”

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