Fury vs Wilder CONFIRMED: Tyson Fury reveals location of heavyweight bout

Fury vs Wilder CONFIRMED: Tyson Fury reveals location of heavyweight bout

Fury vs Wilder CONFIRMED: Tyson Fury reveals location of heavyweight bout

Billy Joe Saunders reportedly threw a piece of chicken at Deontay Wilder at a Nandos in Belfast, Ireland, when the two boxers dined out with their respective entourages on Friday night.

The announcement was made in Belfast immediately following's the undefeated Fury's shutout decision of Francesco Pianeta.

The Brit was then joined in the ring by WBC heavyweight champion Wilder and they confirmed they would fight in Las Vegas later this year.

Fury (27-0, 19 KOs) insists he has nothing to fear from the Bronze Bomber, who holds a 98 per cent knockout rate as a professional.

As well as gaining weight, Fury had problems with alcohol, drugs and depression in his exile after out-pointing Wladimir Klitschko for three world titles in November 2015.

The American Wilder then entered the ring and said: "We are ready now".

His promoter Frank Warren added: "The fight's on". But Fury is never one to shy away from the spotlight completely, as we saw last night.

All it needs now is a time and a place. My timing is there.

"And now he gets his chance to fight the lineal heavyweight champion of the world".

He will reportedly earn £10million from facing Wilder but insists his motivation is not money.

"It was a calculated boxing performance as promised".

"Saunders looks terrified", they said.

"Losing is not in my vocabulary". I know multi-millionaires and billionaires too - money doesn't drive me.

"It's something I think I might be good at because, as you can tell, I'm shit at talking". I'm not going to be denied'. "I'm watching as a fan and I want him to be superb because I want to spark him out". "I have nothing but love for you and maybe you'll see me over (in the UK) for a fight some day".

I'm hoping he [Tyson Fury] can come back.

These guys, you can't give them opportunities to hit you on the chin.

"There's one thing Tyson Fury has never had. I was on the verge of committing suicide".

The Mancunian is now set to challenge world champion Wilder in the USA. Working on my boxing, get the rounds in.

But all eyes were on the 29-year-old and Deontay Wilder as they announced their fight for later this year. No matter who it is or how I do it, I always find a way. He's got some real dynamite in those hands. But apart from that I should win. "This man [Pianeta] couldn't land a blow on me tonight". I've been over before twice but I'm a different fighter now. I don't walk square on, I don't rush, I take my time.

'I've knocked out one guy and now I'm going for another.

"I don't box to be second best or to make the numbers up, I box to be the best I can be".

Fury, who is from the gypsy community, plans a caravan holiday with his family before resuming training for Wilder.

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