Following their classic heavyweight fight that ended in a draw last Saturday in Los Angeles, world champions Deontay Wilder and ruler champ Tyson Fury have both repeatedly announced that they want a rematch in the next fight.
If they do one, there is no problem with the WBC, the sanctioning organization whose belt Wilder holds. The WBC has approved an immediate rematch on Friday.
WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman said the organization had voted for a vote by the Board of Governors, and members voted unanimously to sanction a direct rematch.
Deontay Wilder has called a potential A rematch with Tyson Fury will end the "controversial conversation around the world once and for all".
When Tyson Fury was resurrected from the dead after a nasty left-hand hook by Deontay Wilder, as if he were The Undertaker in a WWE match. The fans not only had an indelible image in the fans' minds, but also awakened the heavyweights. Division again.
"Wilder and Fury have long been one of the best fights in the heavyweight division of boxing," said Sulaiman. "The WBC is pleased to confirm that a direct rematch has been approved, and will decide in a ruling that will also take into account the compulsory status of the division.
"I'd like to congratulate Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury again for their great congratulations on fights in the ring and for the exemplary sportiness after the fight."
By agreeing to authorize an immediate rematch, Dominic Breazeale (19- 1, 17 KOs), 33, an American Olympic gold medalist from Eastvale, California, was involved In order to wait for the title shot, even if he is Wilder's mandatory challenger, he wanted to stay busy before the WBC verdict and his position in a fight with Carlos Negron (20-1, 16 KOs) from Puerto Rico on 12 December risking 22
Wilder (40-0-1, 39 KOs), 33, from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, beat Fury (27-0-1, 19 KOs), 30, from England, brutally down in the ninth round He dropped him again in the 12th round, which shockingly survived Fury.
In the end, a judge won the fight for Wilder (11 5-111), it was for Fury (114-112) and a judge even had it (113-113), as Wilder the WBC title for the eighth time and Fury retained the lineage title in his first defense.
Wilder and Fury have both talked in detail about their desire for a rematch. Wilder repeated it in a teleconference with boxing reporters on Tuesday.
"I'm ready and ready to give Fury the opportunity as soon as possible, it's only right to allow Fury to rematch as soon as possible," said Wilder. "I'm ready whenever he's ready, I'm ready to give the fans what they want to see and end this conversation once and for all." [about who won]. "