Fury still has not enrolled in WBC Clean Program

Annette Crawford
October 11, 2018

The challenger made his long-awaited return to the boxing ring after a three-year exile back in June, and has since defeated both Sefer Seferi and Francesco Pianeta - one by knockout and one via points.

The 30-year-old Briton (27-0, 19 KOs) said on TV while sat at a table across from Wilder
(40-0, 39 KOs): "The fact that I've chosen you after having two fights coming back, and that I want this fight, is a statement for the world to see".

"That's a private agreement, but the WBC is of course the one that orders the fights". He personally promised me he will come into the program. 'You may think it's your time, you may feel it's your time but this is not your time Tyson, this is my time and it will forever be my time until I retire. I have no doubts, even after all the time off - you can not beat me. I can't be beat.

"I know no one can - I'll retire unbeaten heavyweight champion of the world, like Rocky Marciano, the second man to do it in history". I've already beaten you.

With a little less than two months until the fight, a testing program tailored for the Wilder-Fury fight would start right around the same time that these programs normally would. "It will forever be my time until I retire".

Wembley Stadium has been booked on April 3 for Joshua but negotiations for him to fight Wilder remain at an impasse and the American has a rematch clause in his contract with Fury in the event that he loses in Los Angeles.

The TV company have released footage of what was said after the cameras stopped rolling and as you can imagine, things got more than a little heated as the two giants once again looked to win the mind games ahead of the monster fight.

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