Mike Tyson said the Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder trilogy will go down in boxing history.

Iron Mike has spoken. For the former boss of the heavyweight of the Noble Art, the clash last Saturday in Las Vegas between the “Gypsy King” and the “Bronze Bomber”, which saw the victory of the Briton for the second time in three meetings, was one of the greatest fights in history.

“Fury-Wilder will go down as one of the greatest fights (in boxing history), Mike Tyson (55) posted on Twitter. The fight will not remain for its technical level but for its dynamism and energy. This fight was a matter of courage, heart and determination. Everyone won on Saturday night. ”

If this statement will allow undefeated and new WBC heavyweight boss Tyson Fury to further establish his legitimacy in boxing, it will also give Deontay Wilder a bit of a smile.

From now on, the Briton will try to unify all the heavyweight belts against the winner of Oleksandr Usyk-Anthony Joshua 2. On condition of beating Dillian Whyte or Otto Wallin in his next fight.

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