Deontay Wilder says ‘contracts have been signed’ for rematch against Tyson Fury for early 2020

By Cole Shelton - May 31, 2019

When Deontay Wilder fought Tyson Fury back in December it was one of the marquee boxing fights of the year. There, “The Gypsy King” seemed to be winning the fight until “The Bronze Bomber” hit him with a combination of strikes that knocked him down.

Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder

Miraculously Fury got up from brutal knockdown and fought the final minutes of the fight. And, when the scorecards were read it was announced a draw, the expectation was an immediate rematch would happen. But, that was not the case. Rather, Deontay Wilder took on Dominic Breazeale and is now slated to rematch Luis Ortiz in September.

Fury, on the other hand, is taking on German, Tom Schwarz in June in his first fight since the Wilder bout.

But, the two will indeed run it back following those bouts as Deontay Wilder announced on Instagram saying the contracts are signed.

Well, As I always say I’m the realest Champion in the business and as I’ve mentioned before I must handle all my Controversial
Fights ASAP‼️ Luis Ortiz @kingkongboxing is first then Tyson Fury @gypsyking101 Next.

By no means I’m I looking pass Ortiz, He’s a dangerous fighter but I am looking through him. (Window Shopping)
I’m the best
ain’t No guess’N…
what other champion
Give you what your Miss’N… One fell to his Knee,
the other on his Back…
If you got questions then
“We run it back”. 413 media: @413media
#BombZquad #WeWorking #TilThisDay#King 💫All Contracts have been signed already‼️ It’s Officially On‼️” — Deontay Wilder on Instagram.

According to reports, all signs point to this fight happening as early as January 2020, but for sure happening in the first quarter of the new year. But, for the rematch to happen, both Wilder and Fury will need to win their respective upcoming fights.

Who do you think will win the rematch between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury? Sound off in the comment section, PENN Nation!

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