Fury does not object to the entire team of American judges who are appointed for rematch with Wilder
“They are all American, but I don’t care”: Tyson Fury has no objection to the appointment of a full team of American judges for heavyweight title review with Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas
- Fury has no objection to a fully American jury for his fight with Wilder
- He welcomes the appointment of top Nevada-born referee Kenny Bayless
- The gypsy king’s agreement suggests that he is going for a second round knockout
Tyson Fury has amazingly not objected to the fact that an entire team of Americans was hired for his rematch of the world heavyweight title with Deontay Wilder here in Las Vegas on Saturday night.
The Bronze Bomber welcomed the appointment of top-born Nevada referee Kenny Bayless and three US judges for one of the biggest boxing fights for half a century.
The gypsy king’s agreement with all US officials seems to confirm that he really intends to go for a second round.
The gypsy king said he has no objection to a fully American jury for his rematch
Fury has always believed that he did enough to win their first fight that got a draw, a decision that was booed by parts of the crowd at the Staples Center.
That verdict was brought down by an international panel – and it seems that having a full set of officials from Wilder’s homeland stacks the chance of a step in the 12-round.
“Bayless is a good referee, always on top of the job,” said Wilder. “And Americans love the blasts that fight.”
The heavyweight champion of the WBC also refuted Fury’s claim that he would switch from his usual elusive style and attack.
Wilder added: “Under pressure everyone returns to what he knows. And that big knockdown in the final round has been in his mind for 14 months.
Fury has always believed that he did enough to win their first fight, which got a draw
“He couldn’t remember going down or getting up. It was just a miracle. Hallelujah. Thank you Jesus.
“But now he has to hug the bear again. And you do not change anything if you think it is not broken. “
Fury, born in Manchester, added: “I’m not worried about the jury members. I don’t care about US officials. They are very experienced and of top quality. I didn’t even ask who they were going to appoint. I do not risk putting it in the hands of the jury again. “