Gareth A. Davies praises Tyson Fury
Gareth A. Davies was very impressed with Tyson Fury’s performance last Saturday against Dillian Whyte and thinks ‘The Gypsy King’ is at his peak.
Fury dominated Whyte for six rounds before landing a devastating right uppercut to end the contest. ‘The Gypsy King’ retained his WBC Heavyweight Championship in front of a record 94,000 fans and kept his unbeaten record intact.
Here’s what Davies said in an interview with social boxing:
“I think he’s at his peak, he’s goofy, he’s tough, he did everything right against Dillian Whyte on Saturday night. I gave him every trick and then when Dillian got tired, they had worked on the uppercuts he put it in range and that was the perfect punch to end the fight yeah he gave it a little nudge with his gloves but that might have saved Dillian from really getting beaten in this round.
Since being knocked out by Tyson Fury, Whyte has claimed ‘The Gypsy King’ should have been penalized for his push and given more time to recover.
Watch Whyte’s recent interview with Sky Sports:
Gareth A. Davies doesn’t believe Tyson Fury will retire
Davies went on to state that he did not believe “The Gypsy King” would retire. He referenced Paris Fury’s comments about her husband once again fighting to go unchallenged:
“I don’t think Tyson will retire forever. I think he will be brought back for another fight. Paris Fury who he promised after the third [Deontay] A wilder fight, he would retire, kind of leaving the door ajar… She said over the weekend that if he wanted to fight for the undisputed title, I could see him coming back.
Watch the full interview with Gareth A Davies on Boxing Social:
Whether or not Fury decides to hang up his gloves for good remains to be seen. The rematch between Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk is rumored to take place in July and ‘The Gypsy King’ could face the winner for the undisputed crown.
Fury is widely regarded as the best heavyweight in the world. However, if he wants to be considered an all-time great, he may have to defeat the remaining heavyweights of his era.