Tyson Fury’s world heavyweight title defence towards Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas, resulting from be on 24 July, seems to be set to be postponed due to a coronavirus outbreak within the champion’s camp. Various constructive assessments are reported to have been recorded, with Fury’s US-based promoters Prime Rank anticipated to make clear the state of affairs afterward Friday.
A courtroom ruling in Might compelled Fury to ditch a right away bout with Anthony Joshua and as a substitute put his WBC title on the road in a 3rd assembly with Wilder. Fury’s crew hoped to resurrect his bout with Joshua later this yr, however these plans at the moment are set to be scuppered if the mandated assembly with Wilder is delayed.
Joshua, in the meantime, is about to defend his IBF, WBA and WBO titles towards Ukraine’s Oleksandr Usyk in London on 25 September.
Neither Fury nor Wilder has fought since February final yr, when Fury scored a seventh-round knockout to finish the American’s unbeaten document.
Fury’s crew weren’t accessible for touch upon Friday. In a press release on Thursday, when rumours of the constructive take a look at started to flow into, Prime Rank instructed Sky Sports activities: “We proceed to observe the well being standing of Tyson and his crew and the standing of the occasion has not modified thus far.”
Prospects who had purchased tickets to the occasion obtained notifications on Friday saying the combat has been postponed.