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The trainer of Tyson Fury claims that Gypsy King has entered his rematch with Deontay Wilder with injuries

“His ankles, they were all confused”: Tyson Fury’s trainer, SugarHill Steward, claims that Gypsy King started his rematch with Deontay Wilder INJURED … before the dominant screen secured the knockout victory in Las Vegas

  • The trainer from Tyson Fury revealed that the hunter was confronted with injuries in his camp
  • SugarHill Steward, who joined the camp for the Wilder rematch, provided insight
  • He described how Fury’s ankles were “all confused” in the run-up to the fight

Trainer SugarHill Steward of Tyson Fury claimed that the newly crowned WBC heavyweight champion went his rematch with Deontay Wilder with a large number of injuries.

Fury was sensational to his American rival from the start and was crowned victorious when Wilder’s corner threw the towel in the seventh round.

But Steward has now revealed that everything was not good in the run-up to the fight for Fury.

Tyson Fury claimed the WBC heavyweight championship title via knockout on Saturday night

Tyson Fury claimed the WBC heavyweight championship title via knockout on Saturday night

Fury's trainer SugarHill Steward (right) has since claimed that his hunter was injured during the camp

Fury's trainer SugarHill Steward (right) has since claimed that his hunter was injured during the camp

Fury’s trainer SugarHill Steward (right) has since claimed that his hunter was injured during the camp

“We had injured in the camp. Tyson hurt his ankles, they were all confused – they have pictures of it – he got a cut in training camp, ” he told ESPN.

“He was spotted by the UFC thing, so Tyson Fury is the one with all the injuries.”

In addition to the ankle problems, steward detailed how he had problems with his elbow and shoulder and that he was “not even hit in the head in training camp.”

Fury was dominant because he showed an aggressive new style since joining forces with Steward

Fury was dominant because he showed an aggressive new style since joining forces with Steward

Fury was dominant because he showed an aggressive new style since joining forces with Steward

Deontay Wilder was overwhelmed and it was believed that he was the hunter who came in with injuries

Deontay Wilder was overwhelmed and it was believed that he was the hunter who came in with injuries

Deontay Wilder was overwhelmed and it was believed that he was the hunter who came in with injuries

Steward was brought to Fury camp before the rematch after the Brit said goodbye to Ben Davison at the end of 2019.

The win meant that Fury has now won each of the four major world heavyweight titles during his career after claiming to hold on to the tires after his victory over Wladimir Klitschko in 2015 in Germany.

While Fury is known to unite the division, Wilder is ready to activate his option on a rematch and set up a trilogy fight between the two.

But on Tuesday the immediate focus was on resting while the Gypsy King landed at Manchester Airport with wife Paris.

He was greeted by the press while receiving a police escort and Fury waved to fans as he followed his way through the arrival hall past armed officers after his long flight of 12 and a half hours.

Fury landed at Manchester Airport on Tuesday morning and will now let his body rest

Fury landed at Manchester Airport on Tuesday morning and will now let his body rest

Fury landed at Manchester Airport on Tuesday morning and will now let his body rest

Steward claimed that ankle, elbow and shoulder problems hampered the hunter in the build-up of the fight

Steward claimed that ankle, elbow and shoulder problems hampered the hunter in the build-up of the fight

Steward claimed that ankle, elbow, and shoulder problems hampered the hunter in the build-up of the fight

According to the contract written before the duo faced the WBC heavyweight world title, the loser could get a new rematch within 30 days of the collision.

Fury, as the winner of the second game, would be entitled to a distribution of 60/40 percent of all the money on the line for the fight, plus the income from PPV and ticket sales.

His emphatic victory in seven rounds also brought forth a talk about a possible British alliance with Anthony Joshua.

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