Tyson Fury’s promoter Frank Warren determined to make rematch with Deontay Wilder happen

Tyson Fury’s promoter Frank Warren says they will be moving ‘heaven and earth’ to make the rematch with Deontay Wilder happen in 2020.

Fury took just two rounds to knock out Tom Schwarz on Saturday night in Las Vegas and avoided an upset, unlike Anthony Joshua two weeks earlier.

Talk of a second fight with WBC champion Wilder has been a constant in the build up to his third fight in the US, but Fury has promised it will happen.

Fury beat Schwarz in two rounds in Las Vegas

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Fury beat Schwarz in two rounds in Las Vegas

“Deontay Wilder is coming. This fight’s going to happen,” Fury said after the fight.

“There was three horses in the heavyweight division and then there was two. And I already beat him once and I’ll beat him again and again and again.

“He ain’t going to fight 50% Tyson Fury. He’ll get a back active, back sharp Tyson Fury.

“It’s heavyweight boxing and anything can happen at any given moment, but the way I box and my style is kryptonite for anybody.”

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In reaction to the bout, Warren told talkSPORT, Fury will fight once more before seeking to avenge his controversial December draw.

“He will fight in either late September or early October, probably in New York, hopefully Madison Square Garden again against a top five ranked opponent, and then after that we will be moving heaven and earth to make the fight with Deontay Wilder,” Warren said.

“Both the boxers want to make the fight, the promotion camps want to do it, so I am hoping we can get it over the line.”

It was Fury‘s fourth fight since a near three-year hiatus and Warren believes the ‘Gypsy King’ is back in love with boxing.

Tyson Fury will be back in September or October

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Tyson Fury will be back in September or October

“Boxing became a real inspiration for him (Fury), and so much so you can see now he is in love with the sport, he’s enjoying himself.

“He’s in a fantastic place mentally, he’s in a fantastic place physically, and he just loves what he is doing.

“I thought if he could lose the weight and get himself back fit, I thought he would have the beating of most of them, but to be honest now he is absolutely surprising me.

“He still only 30 years of age, which is young for a heavyweight, got no miles on the clock, it’s not like he has been in any real wars, three years out the ring, he’s got another five or six years if he chooses to carry on boxing.”