Tyson Fury & # 39; s FINAL fight could be against Anthony Joshua … if the Gypsy King or Deontay Wilder enforce trilogy fight after Saturday's match
- Tyson Fury is contracted to fight twice more after his Deontay Wilder rematch
- There is a clause in the contracts of both hunters that they can force a three-part fight
- If one of them insists for a third, Fury & # 39; s last hurray could face Anthony Joshua
- Fury will hope the competition will be a time-defining unification night with the Briton
 by Jeff Powell For The Daily Mail
The loser on this legendary comic has the contractual right to enforce a trilogy fight later this year and Fury says, "It will be up to Deontay because I'm going to knock him out."
& # 39; But at least after this I have two more battles on my contract. I have to honor that, otherwise I will be heavily charged. So if Wilder says we do it again, we do it again.
Tyson Fury will fight at least two more periods in his career, regardless of the result against Wilder
& # 39; Anyway, trilogies make unforgettable boxing history and people around the world will have 50 years left over Fury and Wilder talk. & # 39;
Fury sits in the middle of a guaranteed $ 100 million five-fight contract with the larger checks peaking with fights against Wilder and hopefully a final hurray against Anthony Joshua to become the first undisputed heavyweight world champion since Lennox Lewis .
The legendary American promoter Bob Arum has no doubt that Fury will win, nor that the third Wilder fight will take place. He says: "The loser this Saturday night gets 40 percent of the wallet for the next one, with the winner taking 60 percent and the pot will be even bigger.
& # 39 I am absolutely certain that this time Tyson will be the winner and that is a lot of good reasons for they both arrange it once and for all. & # 39;
Fury, who has an alternative future career on option with WWE wrestling, with whom he has already raised $ 12 million dollars for a pilot battle in Saudi Arabia, says: & these three fights and me have finished boxing. & # 39; A third fight with Wilder would take place here in Sin City.
If Fury is successful twice against Wilder, a farewell fight against Joshua in Wembley becomes a possibility, despite Gypsy King's aversion for AJ & # 39; s promoter Eddie Hearn.
Should Wilder prevail, a unification fight with Joshua is less likely.
Women's coach Lisa Keightley in England says that she & # 39; is planning for the final & # 39; as squadron bid to become double world champion at Twenty20 World Cup
England begins their attempt to become world champion double ladies on Saturday with new coach Lisa Keightley who declares that they are & # 39; planning for the final & # 39 ;.
South Africa are the opposition to the WACA in Perth for the England's opening game of the Twenty20 Women's World Cup, where they will try to prove that they are right are to favorites Australia and opening winners India.
It was after their extensive Ashes defeat last summer that England plundered Mark Robinson – the coach who led them to the 50-over World Cup in 2017 – and replaced him with the former Australian international Keightley. Now Keightley will be under direct pressure to prove that she can inspire the number 2 England side.
Ke ightley says England in a self-assured mood is after enjoying the & # 39; perfect & # 39; preparation
There was a turn at the start of the tournament yesterday, when the hosts were upset in Sydney. Leg-spinner Poonam Yadav took four for 19 while India defeated Australia, which had won 26 of their previous 31 Twenty20s with 17 runs.
England, which won the inaugural ladies World T20 in 2009, finds itself in the weaker of the two groups – including surprise qualifications Thailand – and the large pistols only have to play in the later stages, prior to the final in the MCG on March 8.
& # 39; We are really excited about this, & said Anya Shrubsole, the star of the 50s
World Cup Final on India at Lord & # 39; s .
& # 39; We have been in Australia for a while and have had a good preparation but now it is about the actual tournament. & # 39;
That preparation includes victories over Australia and India in a tri-series, in which England still did not reach the final. They were hit when Sri Lanka hit them with 10 wickets in their last warm-up game.
& # 39; South Africa offers a great test, but we feel in a good place, & # 39; Shrubsole added. & # 39; It's not about playing our best cricket in the first game. It's about winning and growing in the tournament. & # 39;
& # 39; We treated the game as if it were a final & # 39 ;: Quique Setien says that Barcelona must defeat the struggling Eibar before playing a series of matches that could make or break the club season
- Barcelona faces six of La Liga's 10 best teams in their next 10 league matches
- The Catalans also face Napoli in two legs in the Champions League last-16
- Quique Setien says new signing Martin Braithwaite will begin in the coming weeks
Quique Setien admits Barcelona treat Saturday's visit to struggling Eibar as a cup final as they prepare for a difficult series of matches that are likely to make or break their season.
While Barca is expected to defeat the 16th placed Eibar without many problems, Setien has warned his players not to take the Basque minnows lightly in the Nou Camp.
That is partly so that Barca is not shocked, but also because he wants his team to have the right mentality and momentum in a potentially decisive series of matches.
In their next 11 games after this weekend, Barca has to face top-10 sides Real Madrid, Real Sociedad, Sevilla, Athletic Bilbao, Atletico Madrid and Villarreal in LaLiga, and Napoli meet in two legs in the Champions League past 16.
Athletic Bilbao already beaten from the Copa del Rey and behind Real Madrid in the La Liga title race, Barca knows that they cannot afford many slip-ups if they start the season with silverware I want to close – and Setien is determined to ensure that his focus is correct from the start.
He told a press conference before the game: & # 39; We are focused on this game that we have before we encounter the three or four that become important.
& # 39; We treated the game as if it were a final and we need the three points.
& # 39; That not only allows us to move on, but it will also strengthen us for the upcoming matches.
& # 39; We have to do things well, it's not going to be an easy game. & # 39;
Barca will be injured without Luis Suarez, Ousmane Dembele and Jordi Alba, but controversial new £ 15 million signing of Martin Braithwaite has been included in an 18-man team. ] The Catalan giants caused a stir this week after receiving special dispensation to draw the Leganes striker outside the transfer window due to the long-term injuries to Suarez and Dembele.
With a trip to Napoli next Tuesday, Setien could decide to give the Denmark international his debut against Eibar, although it is unlikely that he would begin.
Setien said in quotes from AS: & # 39; We will definitely see him start in a game. Maybe it's a bit early now.
& # 39; He has come here in good shape, but there are concepts and things that need to be explained and understood.
& # 39; We hope he will help us a lot. & # 39;
Setien added to his possible line-up this weekend: & # 39; It is true that you have to take into account (the Napoli game), but our first priority is to win this game.
& # 39; We will not reserve anything that will help us win this game. & # 39;
Eibar are now only three poins. free from the relegation zone after all teams among them had gained ground last weekend while their home game against Sociedad was postponed due to poor air quality.
However, they shocked Atletico Madrid just 4 games ago with 2-0 and coach Jose Luis Mendilibar is in an optimistic mood for the trip to the Nou Camp.
He said Thursday: & # 39; I am encouraged by yesterday's training session. We did some exercises and had a game with numerical superiority and I really liked the intensity, and how we defended and attacked.
& # 39; That means that I am going to Barcelona with my head high. & # 39;
The end of Manchester City at the Carabao Cup final could see empty seats struggling to sell their allotment … with fans of Aston Villa who are now buying Etihad tickets to try Wembley!
- Manchester City must still sell its full allotment for the Carabao Cup final
- The club is struggling for the most expensive tickets for the Wembley collision to shift
- The slow sale has proved to be a source of frustration for the Aston Villa contingent
- A Villa- fan even went to City's victory over West Ham only to be eligible for final tickets
The club announced that supporters could now buy three tickets each if they had attended one competition at Etihad this season, but the slow trickle sale has frustrated the Aston Villa .
According to The Telegraph Aston Villa believe they could only sell the land with 90,000 capacity.
Villafans are even taking drastic measures to ensure that ey can view their side fight for silverware in the capital.
A particularly ambitious supporter made the trip to Manchester to view the victory of the ruling Premier League champions against West Ham – with the scarce turnout on Wednesday for spaces in the crowd.
The allocation of tickets by the city is now generally sold to fans, which essentially means that people with a booking history at Etihad would have the right to grab remaining tickets for the final.
A spokesperson for the club confirmed to The Telegraph on Thursday that a & # 39; small number in high prices & # 39; was still available for the collision – and that a presence of only 52,000 was registered for the rescheduled home meeting with West Ham.
This figure is believed to be their lowe went to the top flight competition in several years.
The turnout was also not announced during the competition and the location seemed half empty for the full-time whistle in the midst of the chaos caused by Storm Ciara.
Pep Guardiola has previously expressed his disappointment at the occasionally declining ticket sales for City, where the manager was particularly concerned about the low figure for the club's FA Cup victory against Fulham.
The 49-year-old appealed to fans to return in their droves, and unintentionally upset groups of supporters in the process.
Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury push each other in and act insults while tensions rise during the last press conference, before American Briton tells: & # 39; When I found you, you were detained in cocaine. I brought you to big time boxing & # 39;
WBC champion Wilder launched an unsavory attack on Fury & # 39; s blocked past with drugs and depression because he outlined why he thinks he is the true superstar of the two heavyweights.
& # 39; When I found you, you were on coke (cocaine), & # 39; Wilder shouted to Fury during their last press conference.
& You considered suicide. So never tell me you brought me to big boxing. I brought you to big time boxing. & # 39;
Tensions rise throughout the week and they eventually reach the boiling point on Wednesday as their expected heavyweight rematch edges come closer.
As soon as the pair got up on stage, Fury got in the face of Wilder and mocked his opponent before the American lost his calm, grabbed the Brit's shirt and pushed him away.
Fury responded by pushing Wilder back before the security intervened to separate the two.
The undefeated heavyweights renew their rivalry for the WBC world title this Saturday night in a blockbuster after their classic of December 2018. ended in a controversial split decision draw.
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England hammered by TEN WICKETS through Sri Lanka in final warm-up match for Women's T20 World Cup
- England lost by an amazing 10 wickets against Sri Lanka on Tuesday
- The heavy defeat was their final warm-up for the Women's T20 World Cup
- England opened their campaign against South on Sunday Africa in the WACA
Amy Jones and Tammy Beaumont both succeeded in 23, but that was the best an English batter could collect, as they lost five wickets for 36 runs to eventually place a substandard total of 122 for nine.
Sri Lanka made light work of the target, captain Chamari Atapattu with a fine 78 not only 50 balls in the lead role and her opening partner Hasini Madushika finished unbeaten at 29.
Defending champion and host country Australia open the World Cup against India in Sydney on Friday, with England first in action at the WACA in Perth two days later.
In addition to South Africa, Heather Knight's party will compete against West Indies, Pakistan, and Thailand in Group B as they attempt to secure one of the two qualifications ation berths in the final stages.
Kyle Edmund's revival continues after British No. 3 defeats Andreas Seppi to win the New York Open final and win the second ATP Tour title
- The revival of Kyle Edmund accelerated with the victory at the New York Open
- The British No. 3 captured his second ATP Tour title after beating Andreas Seppi
- Edmund had defeated his Italian opponent in straight sets to lift the trophy
- The 24-year-old could compete for current British No. 1 Dan Evans
Kyle Edmund & # 39; s revival of the past months further pace on Sunday when he won his second title on the main ATP Tour.
The indoor New York Open is not to be confused with the US Open, which takes place six months in a row in the same metropolis, but the trophy confirms that it is again following an upward trajectory.
The 24-year-old from Yorkshire defeated Andreas Seppi 7-5 6-1 from Italy in 81 minutes. At the lowest level of the full tour, it contributes to its victory at the European Open in Antwerp in October 2018.
After that notable year, Edmund suffered a prolonged slump in 2019 with his rankings slipping to the 1970s before picking up late in the season with a series of emphatic victories at the new Davis Cup final week in Madrid.
His improvement coincided with hiring the Argentinian coach Franco Davin, and he also collaborated with the British Colin Beecher.
After this week, Edmund will come back to around 44 in the world, with a few points to defend in the coming months, apart from a smaller Challen ger title he won last March in California.
In the continuous absence of Andy Murray, whose to The future is again covered in uncertain ty, at least there seems to be a competition for the British No. 1 spot. That is currently in the hands of Dan Evans, who is at the top of the top 30 after reaching the quarterfinals in Rotterdam.
Seppi is ranked 98 and the relatively modest field in New York meant that Edmund didn't have to beat a top fifty opponent to win the title.
After being held until 5-5, he broke to take the first set with a powerful backhand, which had to be part of a decisive series of five winning games.
Prince William reveals that he wants to rename FA Cup final to & # 39; Heads Up FA Cup & # 39; talking to Aston Villa star John McGinn about men's mental health
The Royal held a spearhead during a season to encourage more people to talk about their mental health discussion under the flag of & # 39; Heads Up & # 39; alongside Heads Together
In a discussion with Aston Villa midfielder John McGinn, William explained how he wanted to tackle the subject within the football community.
Prince William, a Villa fan, said: & I mean, hopefully a few people have something about caution now. But it has in fact been a campaign for the entire season and the idea is that we can get people talking about mental health, start a conversation. I think a few years ago we built a platform with Heads Together, where we just tried to get rid of the taboo and the stigma of mental health.
& # 39; And of the last bastions of masculinity that seemed pretty difficult, was the football community. And we thought there was a lot of opportunity here with football, with 16 odd million people throughout the country following football.
& # 39; So we felt that we could use the power of the sport and really take mental health to another level and enable people to have that conversation and let people know it was is good to talk and it is okay not to be okay and I think the beginning of conversations have started and I hope that the highlight in the FA Cup Final will be renamed the Heads Up FA Cup, I think it's a fun business is to maintain the campaign this year. & # 39;
] McGinn joked that they would not speak about the FA Cup after they had seen Villa and limited by Fulham in the third round of the competition.
The Scotland international then interviewed Prince William about how a partnership with the FA, Premier League and EFL can help promote the cause.
William said: & I think all competitions come together, I think that is very powerful. I think unifying football behind one core message and being able to reach fans, from your fan who wants to live, eat, breathe football and play it every day to the kind of person who plays on the Fifa couch every day.
& # 39; I think we should get that full spectrum of fans. I think it's also about making role models talk in football, so it gives permission and approval to those fans to say, "My heroes, they're talking about it. They're great role models that I can do. I can go to my teacher, my family, my friends and say that I am not feeling well today. I am struggling with this whether this happened at work or at home. "
& # 39; It just builds up that conversation , so that people have the feeling and the opportunity to talk about it more openly. So you are talking about physical fitness, mental fitness.
& # 39; As soon as you start to talk like this, it suddenly resonates with many professional people, just like with people who don't want to think about their mental health or maybe they haven't thought about it. Once you start talking about fitness, we all want to go to the gym, we want to stay fit, why don't we do the same with our heads. & # 39;
When asked about his favorite current Aston Villa player, the Royal defender emphasized Tyrone Mings and explained how he was inspired by the background of the English international and his rise to the top.
He said: & # 39; You cannot ask me that question. That is a terrible question. I don't want to say Jack because everyone says Jack, even though he's great and I love Jack and he plays really well. But everyone says Jack, so I'm going with someone else.
& # 39; At the moment I mean that you are high up there John, so don't worry, you will certainly get a mention, but I want to say Tyrone now.
& # 39; Do you know why? Because again, the story of Tyrone and where he comes from and what he achieves now, I am so proud of him. And he has been very outspoken about his challenges and what he has done. He also lives very much in the community, I see his tweets and I see how inclusive he is for everyone and I think he really is a great role model and I definitely choose Tyrone this time. & # 39;
Warren Gatland wasted at the time explaining his World Cup ambitions after he announced his team for Japan on Sunday – Wales is in it to win it.
The head coach goes to his third and final tournament with the adopted nation he has managed for almost 12 years.
He and his lieutenants Rob Howley, Shaun Edwards, Neil Jenkins and Robin McBryde took three hours to complete their picks on Saturday night after the defeat to Wales.
Debate surrounded the injury of Cory Hill, the selection of five props, not six, the back-up fly-half and final slot in a five-strong back-three.
And Gatland came out of that encounter bullish about the odds of Wales in Japan.
& # 39; I think it's good enough to win the world cup, & he said.
& # 39; If you had chosen a World Cup team in the past, you might have been happy with 24 or 25 players and the others who formed the figures, you are not sure about their quality.
& # 39; But this time we have omitted some class players. & # 39;
Two in that category are both props – 36-cap Rob Evans and 41-cap Samson Lee – both are fit but were thrown away when Gatland slapped for the more & # 39; sustainable & # 39; but seriously raw Rhys Carré and Dillon Lewis, with Wyn Jones the loose prop that prepares to cover the tight side.
Scott Williams, Owe n Lane – who scored when Ireland debuted on Sa turday – and Jarrod Evans were all omitted, with Owen Watkin, Hallam Amos and Rhys Patchell doing enough to make it.
The 31 selected have 1,067 caps of experience between them, and more than that Gatland believes they are a fearless, resilient group that matches the best in the world.
& # 39; We are not hiding from expectation, & # 39; said Gatland about Wales chances at the World Cup.
We are not afraid of playing someone. The draw is that you would not meet the All Blacks until the final if you happened to get that far.
& You need a little bit of luck, but you need a little bit of that confidence and confidence and I think we have that.
& # 39; We have performed well and achieved some positive results in the last 18 months. We are a team that can bounce back and we are a team that does not give up. & # 39;
Gatland is often a gambler and has thrown the dice by selecting the injured hill.
That decision took the most deliberation; the 27-year-old has a high single-voltage fracture that originally did not appear when it was scanned earlier this summer.
Gatland was so excited to choose Hill that he has always supported since he brought him to New Zealand as one of the infamous & # 39; Geography Six & # 39; lions in 2017, he asked national medical manager Prav Mathema to consult the Welsh FA – who have experience with chasing back football players from leg interruptions.
The verdict was that Hill must be suitable for the second World Cup match against Australia, so Gatland called him. If Fiji, the third pool game, Hill would not have been selected.
The second row now travels to Swansea this week to use an oxygen chamber to promote recovery, and still has a few goals to turn before Wales flies on September 11, but for Gatland it is worth the risk.
& # 39; Cory is important to the group with his experience and his lineout calling, and he did excellent as a co-captain in Argentina last year, & he said.
& # 39; He is a good athlete, so we don't worry from a conditional point of view.
& # 39; With another type of player it would certainly have been a concern, but he has done a lot of off-feet conditioning and will continue to do so. & # 39;
The nine players on the training team who missed were notified by Gatland an hour before the team was announced – all led by Rob Evans, then messages of support behind the Welsh team's WhatsApp group before they painfully moved away from it.
They can still make it to the tournament and are on the standby list if – like Taulupe Faletau and Gareth Anscombe – others are injured. But for now their dream is over.
For the 31 selected, it is time to make themselves heroes.
& # 39; I think this is the most open World Cup we've had for a long time, & Gatland said.
& # 39; There are six or seven teams that are able to win the World Cup. We know that we are in good physical condition. We go there with great confidence. & # 39;
& # 39; I have much more to give & # 39 ;: Jemma Reekie has just started, because the final round around the 1500s yields gold during the Muller Indoor Grand Prix
- Scotland & Jemma Reekie enjoys a breakthrough month on the circuit
- She earned 1500m gold at the Muller Indoor Grand Prix on Saturday
- Reekie shows finishing speed that tends to separate the good from the best
The shoes remain a mystery but the kick of Jemma In Reekie is the open and a thing of wonder. In another excellent performance in this breakthrough month, she offered another sign in Glasgow that she is a talent of the highest order.
Her victory over the 1500m at the Muller Indoor Grand Prix broke no national records, unlike the three collected in two races in the past two weeks.
But it did show the kind of finishing speed that tends to separate the good from the best at the highest level.
After a tactical mess her outside the top three at the bell had left and boxed in, she delivered a final sizzling round in which he burst through the world in a silver medalist Dawit Seyaum on the straight of the house.
Her finish in 4.04.07 was almost four seconds shorter than that of the 21-year-old, but the nature of the victory showed that the Scot has much more to offer than the Nike prototypes at its feet.
Reekie said: & I have much more to give. I am not alone on the job now. I'm coming to win. & # 39;
Reekie overshadowed her training partner Laura Muir who failed in her attempt to break the 20-year world record of Maria Matola, 20 years old. Muir, who revealed a small Achilles issue, clocked 2.33.47, two and a half seconds outside of her target.
The execution of the day went to Armand Duplantis, who broke his own pole vault world record by clearing 6.18 m – 1cm better than the record he set a week earlier.