IT’S not Tyson Fury’s fault he’s having to fight unknown Swede Otto Wallin on September 14 in Las Vegas. It is, according to Fury’s coach, Ben Davison, everybody else’s fault – chiefly, the other heavyweight contenders who turned down the opportunity.
Placed towards the top an admittedly crowded pack, Fury has seemingly had to settle for Wallin after being unable to come up with anybody better.
“You’ve got Al Haymon [at] PBC, you’ve got Top Rank, DAZN with Joshua and that,” Davison told The Express. “They all want to keep their heavyweights for who they’ve got. I know that [Kubrat] Pulev is in a situation for the IBF mandatory, he’s not going to take that fight [against Tyson Fury], didn’t want to take that fight.