Tyson Fury is heading to Las Vegas to combat Tom Schwarz in his first return to the ring since a dramatic bout with Deontay Wilder final December. Fury will take at the German, who has gained all 24 of his fights, on June 15 on the Thomas & Mack Centre, boxing control employer MTK Global stated. Fury and Wilder couldn’t negotiate a right away rematch, with the Brit signing a multi-yr, multi-combat agreement with United States broadcaster ESPN and promoted by way of Top Rank’s Bob Arum along with Frank Warren.
Fury said he became excited to return to America after overcoming knockdowns in a debatable draw in opposition to WBC heavyweight champion Wilder in Los Angeles last yr. “I’m genuinely looking forward to it as it can be my first time in Las Vegas,” the 30-12 months-old said. “When you begin boxing as a little youngster, you dream of going to America and cracking it. In my ultimate combat, I did that with Wilder, and now I’m going again and could be visible using quite a few people around the arena.” “I’m very suit and ready, so I can’t wait. Tom Schwarz is a younger, sparkling, and formidable fighter. However, I’m going to place on a terrific display as common.”
In an earlier interview, Top Rank boss Bob Arum advised World Boxing News they desired to “get a guy who hadn’t tasted a loss.” “Tyson is any such massive, huge guy; we didn’t need to position him in with a small guy, and Schwarz is a large, large guy. It will make actually compelling combat,” he said. “He changed into pretty willing to take the fight. The phrases had been negotiated and the concept that he desired to and is capable of combat Tyson Fury. This changed into by no means doubtful.” Arum is hopeful a deal can be organized for Fury to fight Wilder once more in early 2020. “Assuming he (Fury) wins this combat, he’ll have any other look in the United States,” Arum brought. “Then optimistically, next year in February, he’ll grow to be combating Wilder.” The Schwarz combat will be broadcast on BT Sport in the UK.