Tuesday, 11 Dec 2018

Tyson Fury wants revenge on Deontay Wilder at Manchester United's Old Trafford

Tyson Fury wants his revenge against Deontay Wilder to take place at Old Tafford.

Fury was greeted by a hero while he was parade on the field at the halftime match between Manchester United and Arsenal on Wednesday night.

Fury was a special guest in the Premier League game shortly after returning to the UK.

The gypsy king's remarkable return to the ring continued on Saturday night, but the WBC heavyweight title was denied after the judges registered their draw against Deontay Wilder.

Fury has survived two assists, but his American opponent has largely defeated his opponent, but the three judges have marked the fight differently.

He returned to England earlier this week and was invited to Old Trafford to attend the Premier League clash on Wednesday.

Fury was on the field at halftime.

Fury was well received by supporters as he wore a United foulard

The supporters warmly applauded Fury as he headed for the field and waved to the crowd.

He also received a warm welcome when he took up his seat in the first period, although he arrived almost 20 minutes after the start of the match.

Fury is now in negotiations with Wilder's representatives for a rematch, which both men have admitted to wanting after the fight.

And Fury is interested in Old Trafford.

"Frank Warren told Arsenal but I said" no, let's put it to Old Trafford ", Fury told BT Sport.

He added that he hoped the fight would take place in the summer of 2019.

FUTURE was interviewed by MUTV while he was standing in the distance

Fury seemed to enjoy his trip to Old Trafford to watch the match.

Wilder thinks that he should have won by knockout after insisting on social networks for the second overthrow to have an extended account.

But Fury believes that the scorecards of judges were unfair and insists that he should have received the crown.

The two men could also face Anthony Joshua over the next year after Eddie Hearn flew to Los Angeles to discuss the possibility of a fight.

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