Tyson Fury says he would now not want a face-to-face confrontation with Deontay Wilder at on the fresh time’s weigh-in for their WBC heavyweight title bout in case a struggle breaks out a day early.
Extra safety has been known as in for the weigh-in on the Los Angeles Conference Centre after a press convention on Tuesday ended in a fracas with participants of every groups swapping punches.
Fury stated final night that he needed to withstand the temptation to punch Wilder during their face-to-face confrontation when Wilder started screaming in his face, but he apologised for his section within the misfortune, despite the American being the aggressor.
“I’m slightly embarrassed about what came about on Tuesday,” Fury stated. “It change into unsporting behavior with everybody looking at round the enviornment and…