Firstly, unsatisfactory outcomes always generate added attention in a rematch and there was no shortage of controversy first time around, as Fury was deemed by many to have been unfairly denied the crowning glory of one of the greatest comebacks in boxing history. That made the news that he was teaming up Javan 'Sugarhill' Steward, the nephew of Hall of Fame trainer Emmanuel Steward and now flying the flag of the famous Kronk Gym, all the more shocking, but Fury says he felt he needed to freshen things up. Consequently there were fears for how it would work out with Davidson after he fell out with Peter prior to his comeback, but that worked out fine and another shuffle of the pack may not be a bad thing for a man who seemingly gets bored easily. Steward is a good trainer in his own right, coaching the likes of world champions Anthony Dirrell and Ruslan Chagaev, and worked the corner with his legendary uncle in many big fights, so is very experienced. Help your friends Know It All by sharing this article to your social media. WilderFury WilderFury2 pic. Having fought to a controversial draw in December , the big rematch between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder is now just days away - Chris Oliver discusses the main talking points ahead of the highly anticipated clash in Las Vegas on Saturday night. For those wanting to see a unified champion then they should be cheering for a Fury victory this week as a domestic blockbuster between the two Brits would be much easier to make than Wilder and Joshua.
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