Tyson Fury, 2-time world heavyweight champion, with an unbeaten (31-0-1) win Deontay Wilder (Twice) and Vladimir Klitschko … the greatest heavyweight ever?!?
The number of hell, according to Oscar De La Hoya … who, standing with his girlfriend Holly Saunders, Says Sports Gypsy King is definitely one of the greatest of this generation – but not the best so far.
“All the time? All the time? So, you’re disrespectful Muhammad AliWhat? “The former 6 weight world champion shot at our man.
FYI, 6’3 “Ali finished his legendary career with a 56-5 record … with a win George Foreman, Sunny Liston (Twice), Joe Frazier (Twice), and Ken Norton (Twice)
For what it’s worth, a few minutes later, Ali’s grandson, a pro-fighter Nico Ali Walsh Fury told us he was a top 5 heavyweight … and the fight between TF and his grandfather was the greatest fight ever.
So, maybe not That is The madness in question.
While De La Hoya isn’t ready to put Fury on Ali … he still believes the trilogy fight is unbelievable.
“I thought it was a beautiful fight. I’m glad Tyson and the Bronze Bomber gave us a fantastic performance,” Oscar said.
“I campaigned for the Bronze Bomber for 40 games, and he always had a heart. So, I’m glad he gave us a beautiful fight.”
Bottom line … he may not be the greatest (at least not yet), but Fury has devoted himself to the conversation of the best heavyweights of all time.