Boxing Deontay Wilder v. Tyson Fury 2 LIVE Press Conference Video by Daniel Yanofsky January 13, 2020 After about two years of waiting, we are finally getting the rematch to what some are calling the fight of last century. Deontay Wilder will face off against Tyson Fury inside the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. On the line will be Wilder’s WBC Heavyweight Title, Fury’s status as Lineal World Champion and The Ring Heavyweight Title. A rematch of their split decision draw back in December 2018, both will look to prove who the real dominant heavyweight king is. There will only be one press tour this time around, as both will be in Los Angeles to promote the fight on February 22. The press conference is scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. ET. What will be on Fury’s (29-0-1) mind as he talks to Wilder for the first time since that fight? He has been pretty busy lately, getting involved in pro wrestling (fighting for WWE in Saudi Arabia) and training in MMA. As for Wilder (42-0-1), he is purely focused on this fight after beating Dominic Breazeale and Luis Ortiz. The latter fight was a rematch from another 2018 bout. What will the “Bronze Bomber” have to say? One thing is for sure: both are always capable to put on a show when a mic is in their hands. You can watch the press conference via the video above. The press conference will also be streaming live via the YouTube pages of PBC on FOX and Premier Boxing Champions (as well as the Facebook and Twitter pages of each + Top Rank), ESPN.com and the ESPN App. Post Views: 1,388 The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Daniel Yanofsky Baseball Editor, Misc. Sports Editor. Covers all things combat sports (MMA, Pro Wrestling and Boxing). When he's not writing, Daniel hosts a podcast, The Main Event. Latest posts by Daniel Yanofsky (see all) Mets hire Luis Rojas to replace Carlos Beltran as manager - January 23, 2020 An Outsider’s 2020 Hall of Fame Ballot - January 21, 2020 A Wild Yo Sighting: Yoenis Cespedes participates in running, fielding and hitting drills - January 21, 2020 Following Conor McGregor’s win at UFC 246, is “The King” truly back? - January 20, 2020 Related TopicsBoxingDeontay WilderTyson FuryWilder v. FuryWilder v. Fury II Click to comment You must be logged in to post a comment Login Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Newsletter Subscription Can't Miss Posts! Women in Sports: NHL Network Host, Jackie Redmond by Nicholas Durst | posted on March 4, 2019 How To Avoid Scams When Purchasing Football Tickets Online by Guest | posted on July 23, 2020 Lochte, Dressel and Ledecky all Chasing Gold at 2021 Tokyo Olympics by Anthony Paradiso | posted on April 18, 2021 You Know I’m Right, Episode 109: The Athletic’s Marc Carig (Audio/Video) by Nicholas Durst | posted on April 19, 2021 Michael Jordan Could Change the Future of Nascar for the Better by Inesh Chari | posted on March 30, 2021 More in Boxing The Mockery of A Sport: Paul vs. Askren Jake Paul and Ben Askren are set to fight tonight, and as a fan... Poirier McGregor Trilogy Is a Hot Ticket but is the Donation Beef a Show? Before UFC 257, Conor McGregor predicted that he would win the fight, but more... The Paul Brothers are Bad for Combat Sports Obviously this is just my opinion, but with Jake Paul and Logan Paul getting... Floyd Mayweather Set to Square Up Against Logan Paul The richest athlete in the world is about to add to his north of... New middleweight star Alejandra Jimenez beats Franchon Crews-Dezurn in a slugfest Wilder vs Fury II – How the second fight will be different to the first?