The World Cup win against Deontay Wilder finally puts Tyson Fury on a par with his legendary predecessors. But what’s next for the “Gypsy King”? And what will happen to the “bronze bomber”? SPOX answers the most important questions.

What is Tyson Fury’s standing in heavyweight boxing?

There are things about Tyson Fury that must be sharply condemned, even if he has long apologized for them publicly. Let’s just think back to his racist, homophobic and misogynistic remarks a few years ago.

Broken down to the athletic performance, the conclusion about the “Gypsy King” is just as clear – just positive: The 33-year-old Englishman is the greatest heavyweight boxer of his time.

Fury brushed aside any last doubts in the most impressive way with the third fight against Deontay Wilder on Sunday morning. In one of the best and toughest boxing matches in years, the 2.06-meter giant from Manchester prevailed – and demonstrated incredible comeback qualities.


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