New World WBO, IBF and WBA boxing champion, Tyson Fury, is looking forward to grant former champ, Wladimir Klitschko, a rematch in the coming months. Reacting on a possible rematch following his victory in Germany, the Manchester-born boxer told fans that fighting the Ukrainian heavyweight challenger again would be a blessing.
“I’m a fighter, so I will take on all challengers. I want to be a great champion. “I’d like to do it all again. I came here and took the world titles so whatever happens next is a blessing,” Fury stressed.
Meanwhile, Klitschko, who lost all three of his WBO, IBF and WBA heavyweight titles to Fury in one of boxing’s biggest shocks last weekend, is eager for a rematch. Klitschko, 39, insists a rematch clause was included in the contract for the fight. And despite losing a unanimous decision to the British fighter, he is ready to do it again.
He said, “I have it in my contract, yes. Where, how, when? Let’s wait and you will definitely get to know. I wish I could have landed more clean shots, I couldn’t find the right distance to land.