Tyson Fury mocks Deontay Wilder in latest tweet, read more about what he said

first_imgLast Updated: 25th November, 2019 23:46 IST Tyson Fury Mocks Deontay Wilder In Latest Tweet, Read More About What He Said Tyson Fury has taken a dig at Deontay Wilder, despite Wilder’s spectacular knockout victory against Luis Ortiz. Know what Tyson Fury has to say about the match. Also Read- Tyson Fury: Wilder Feels That The Boxer’s $15m WWE Deal Is FalseAlso Read- Tyson Fury Autobiography: Behind The Mask – Tyson Fury Cover Released Raj Sarkar WATCH US LIVE FOLLOW US 10 months ago Tyson Fury will face Deontay Wilder in February, could return to WWE 9 months ago Tyson Fury autobiography: Behind The Mask – Tyson Fury cover released LIVE TV Luis Ortiz landed some spectacular punches over Deontay Wilder in their recent matchup which left the WBC Heavyweight Champion crumbling. Ortiz was also having a lead in the judge’s scorecard throughout but Deontay Wilder’s deadly right hand took it all over from Luis Ortiz. The undefeated British Tyson Fury believes that Deontay Wilder has nothing but just a puncher’s chance and he will be able to outbox him in their re-match.Also Read- Deontay Wilder Vs Luis Ortiz 2 Live Streaming And Schedule: Where To Watch & PreviewBoxing news: Tyson Fury vs Deontay WilderThe undefeated boxers ended up in a draw in their first encounter in December 2018. Tyson Fury outboxed Deontay Wilder in the match, but Wilder had his moments too. Tyson Fury had the spirit to get back up but even ‘The Gypsy King’ got knocked down by Deontay Wilder’s vicious right hand, twice in the fight. Let us take a look at the highlights of their first fight, while they are gearing up for an epic re-match on February. First Published: 25th November, 2019 23:46 ISTcenter_img Written By 9 months ago Deontay Wilder vs Luis Ortiz 2 live streaming and schedule: Where to watch & preview WE RECOMMEND COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US 10 months ago Tyson Fury: Wilder feels that the boxer’s $15m WWE deal is false 9 months ago Deontay Wilder brags about being the hardest hitting puncher in boxing history Deontay Wilder defended his 10th consecutive title by knocking out Luis Ortiz once again in their classic re-match this Sunday. The Cuban Heavyweight dominated the entire fight and landed heavy shots on Deontay Wilder. All Wilder needed was one proper punch. Wilder retained his WBC Heavyweight title by a sensational knockout in the seventh round but that didn’t amaze his former and upcoming rival Tyson Fury. Instead, Tyson Fury said that he found a way to school WBC Champion Deontay Wilder even more in their re-match on February.Also Read- Deontay Wilder Brags About Being The Hardest Hitting Puncher In Boxing HistoryBoxing news: Tyson Fury slams Deontay Wilder on TwitterTyson Fury and Deontay Wilder are set to go against each other in another epic-rematch of heavyweight boxing history on February 2020. The Bronze Bomber just had a spectacular victory with Tyson Fury. The Gypsy King showed no hesitation in slamming Deontay Wilder, despite his crazy win. Tyson Fury took it out on Twitter and said: “Wilder has nothing more than a puncher’s chance vs me, I’m gonna school even more than the first fight.”last_img read more

Proposed new MLB schedule would keep Dodgers, Angels close to home

first_img Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error The Angels would have slightly more difficult travel than the Dodgers because they would have two road series against each of the Texas teams, while the Dodgers would have just one.Of course, any analysis of the travel is pure speculation at this point, because some teams may not even be permitted to play in their home parks. The owners’ preference is to have games played in home parks, rather than neutral sites or spring training ballparks, but local laws could prevent that. An outbreak of the coronavirus in a particular part of the country later in the summer could force plans to be re-adjusted.Related Articles Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire The Angels and Dodgers also figure to see a little more of each other under the proposal. They were scheduled for four games, but would play six or even seven according to the reported new schedule.There are still significant obstacles to any agreement that would start the season, most notably the safety measures taken for the players and support staff, and how much the players would be paid. Owners are seeking a revenue sharing agreement that would further slice player salaries because of the income lost from playing in empty ballparks.Players seemingly should not object to vastly reduced travel, which would leave the Dodgers and Angels to play almost all of their games in the Pacific Time Zone.The Angels could play as few as 15 games out of their home time zone, while the Dodgers could play as few as 12.Exact details of the regional based schedule are unknown, but a report in the Athletic suggested that teams would play four series against each of the four teams in their division and two series against each of the five teams in the corresponding interleague division. If all those series were three games, that would make 78 games, so a few four-game series could be added to get to 82 games. The Dodgers may get a direct shot at the Houston Astros this season, even if Dodgers fans may not.The Astros, who were penalized for a sign-stealing scandal that included their 2017 World Series victory over the Dodgers, were not on the Dodgers’ original schedule for 2020. Their next interleague meeting was set to be in 2021.However, if the MLB owners’ proposal for a regionally-based 82-game schedule is approved by the Players’ Assn. in negotiations starting this week, the Dodgers and Astros could face each other in home-and-home series in the shortened season.Dodgers fans still may not get the chance to directly voice their displeasure with the Astros, though, because the proposal includes games played in empty ballparks, at least at the start of the season. Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start last_img read more