Advertisement: IBO Boxing
Advertisement
Boxingscene.com
Advertisement

Steward: I Don't Want a Decision, Fury Doesn't Want a Decision

As previously reported, heavyweight contender Tyson Fury will be looking for a knockout victory on Saturday night, when he faces WBC world champion Deontay Wilder in a rematch.

The first bout, which took place in December 2018 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, ended in a controversial twelve round split draw.

To get that knockout, Fury made an unexpected decision to drop head trainer Ben Davison. And Fury then hired American trainer SugarHill Steward.

wilder-fury-fight (10)

Steward states that Fury made a mistake by not going in a second gear in the later rounds when he faced Wilder the first time around.

In the rematch, Steward trained Fury with a single purpose - to knock Wilder out in order to avoid the contest reaching the judges.

"That was a risk that Tyson took in the first fight in not stepping on the gas and trying to win on points. He doesn't want that again. I don't want it. I wasn't raised that way. Emanuel [Steward] always taught me, 'get the knockout.' That's the only 100 percent way you know you won the fight by taking it out of the hands of the judges," Steward told IFL TV.

"I thought Tyson did enough to win the fight, even though he was knocked down twice. I'm not mad at the decision because I was always taught, 'don't leave it in the hands of the judges'."

According to reports in the UK, Wilder has taken over as the slight favorite to win with the oddsmakers. Fury had been the favorite since the rematch was announced, but there have been rumors circulating that the "Gypsy King' has had issues in training camp. Fury and his handlers have denied those rumors.

User Comments and Feedback
Comment by Timur78 on 02-20-2020

[QUOTE=Tatabanya;20398107]And Fury could land some vicious uppercuts to stun him, plus body work. It would be indeed interesting to see, as Wilder has never been tested via a hard physical war.[/QUOTE] If we get that on the night, it will…

Comment by MH brit on 02-19-2020

[QUOTE=texasboi15;20397976][B][I]After Wilder knocks Fury out can we all agree to call this motherfcker by his real name JAVAN Hill :lol1: Fck wrong wit u [B]n[/B]igga abusing ur uncle name [/I][/B][/QUOTE]Who the hell are u ?

Comment by markther on 02-18-2020

That strategy for historical Kronk trainers has backfired in the past, especially against aggressive fighters looking for the knock out also. We shall see what happens Saturday night IF that is the strategy for Fury and if it works against…

Comment by LoadedWraps on 02-18-2020

[COLOR="Red"][FONT="Comic Sans MS"]Fury is going to drag Wilder to deep, turbulent, unfamiliar waters and drown him with sledgehammers.[/FONT][/COLOR]

Comment by PunchyPotorff on 02-18-2020

Quote: Originally Posted by Sweet_Science_ I'd like to see Fury fight on the inside. Take away the range on the right hand. Back Wilder up all night. Is he capable? I'm not sure but it would make the fight interesting.…

ADD COMMENT VIEW COMMENTS (18)
Advertisement
Top Headlines
Davison: Fury Was Right, He Took Something From Wilder in First Bout Lobov Reveals That He Was Approached To Face Malignaggi in 'Boxing' Rematch DAZN Exec John Skipper Tests Positive For COVID-19, Has Fully Recovered Zanfer Promotions CEO Hopes To Resume Events in June Anthony Joshua: I've Lost Close Ones Due To Coronavirus Ryan Garcia: Gervonta Davis Is A B-tch, He's Short As F--k! Saunders Misconduct Hearing Could Be Held By Video Conference David Allen Secures New Trainer, Links Up With Jamie Moore WBSS Fantasy Tournament: Winky Wright Stops Sugar Ray Leonard in Nine Froch: Joshua Beating Wilder Will Make Fury Fight Even Bigger Kubrat Pulev Expects To Face Anthony Joshua on July 25 Chris Eubank Jr. Tears Apart Billy Joe Saunders Over Controversial Video Aqib Fiaz Inks Promotional Pact With Eddie Hearn Hooker: I Still Want Prograis Fight, Ready For Whenever It Happens Danny Garcia Aims For July Return, Eyes Spence Showdown Teddy Atlas: Golovkin Is Shot Fighter; Canelo-GGG Trilogy Too Late WBC Prez Condemns Saunders For Advocating Domestic Violence Boxing Without Boxing: Mike Tyson vs. Pinklon Thomas - 05/30/87 Bob Arum Celebrates 54 Years in The Sport of Boxing Joe Joyce Discusses Potential Fights With Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury Foreman: Give Wilder Another Chance - He Can Beat Fury Easily! Marvin Cordova Jr. Inks Managerial Pact With Andre Rozier Ray Mancini: I'm So Happy That I Came Up At The Time I Did Arum Explains Why 'Monopolist' Dana White Would Not Survive in Boxing Felix Verdejo Heads Back To Puerto Rico as Vegas Gym Closes Jackie Nava vs. Mariana Juarez is LIkely Getting Pushed Back Arum: Dana White Making Fool Of Himself By Insisting On Holding UFC 249 Javier Castillejo Working As Volunteer To Battle Coronavirus in Spain Scott Fitzgerald Arrested After Confrontation With Ex-Partner Anthony Joshua: Even Rebel Like Me Is Following Coronavirus Guidelines DAZN Won't Pay Rights Fees Until Events Resume; To Furlough Employees Ramirez-Postol Postponed A Second Time Due To Coronavirus Pandemic WBSS Fantasy Tournament: Marvin Hagler Stops Kelly Pavlik in Eight Brook on Facing Crawford: I Won't Look For a Way Out Like Khan! Pedro Diaz in Contact With His Stable, Ensures They Stay in Shape Fury Smiles: I'll Never Tire of Beating Wilder, I'll Take Pride In It! Robert Garcia Urges Stable To Remain Patient And Stay Ready Davison: Wilder Will Be Dangerous If He Lets His Hands Go In Third Fury Fight Andrade To Charlo: I'm The Best And Willing To Put That In Action Devin Haney Sees Luke Campbell vs. Javir Fortuna as 50-50 Fight
Advertisement
Advertisement
Latest Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement