“We are talking to his team”- Tyson Fury and Hafthor Bjornsson is being discussed as an exhibition bout


“We are talking to his team”- Tyson Fury and Hafthor Bjornsson is being discussed as an exhibition bout

Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson & Tyson Fury

Tyson Fury successfully defended his WBC heavyweight title by stopping Dillian Whyte in the sixth round at Wembley Stadium in front of 94,000 spectators. After Whyte was sent to the ground by a shove from Fury and a devastating right uppercut, the referee intervened to call time on the bout.

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After his most recent battle, Gypsy King made a suggestion that he might give up competitive athletics. He’ll provide a memorable performance to end his career before formally announcing his retirement. Gypsy King made a suggestion about possibly leaving the sport following his most recent match. Before publicly declaring his retirement, he will cap off his career with a memorable performance.

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“In front of, say, 70,000 fans”- Tyson Fury promises his bout against Hafthor Bjornsson to be a spectacle

Thor Bjornsson Tyson Fury
Thor Bjornsson wants to train with Tyson Fury

A prospective showdown between Tyson and Hafthor Bjornsson in November may be the subject of his first exhibition fight. Although the precise site of the probable altercation is unknown, it will probably take place in a London football stadium. The most likely locations are Wembley Stadium and Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which staged the Anthony Joshua vs. Oleksander Usyk fight. At Wembley, Fury most recently faced Dillian Whyte.

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For mer heavyweight champion recently stated, “It would be a bit of fun. It would be great to get in there in front of, say, 70,000 fans and show him [Hafthor] what boxing is all about, make him miss, and knock him out. We are talking to his team at the moment and it is definitely something I’m interested in.” Same was reported by Michael Benson

Regardless of the opponent Fury chooses, his upcoming fight is certain to be a sellout. In his most recent bout, Fury sold out Wembley Stadium and set records. Even though the stadium only had room for 84,000, there were 94,000 spectators there.

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