DEONTAY WILDER’S fiancee Telli Swift has seemingly confirmed the Bronze Bomber will exercise his right of a rematch with Tyson Fury.
The American was outclassed by the Gypsy King in Las Vegas on Saturday before his corner threw in the towel in the seventh round to end his five-year reign as WBC champion.
Wilder was left battered and bruised with many believing the 34-year-old may turn down the option of a trilogy fight.
He has just 28 days left to exercise his rematch clause and has already been cleared to return to the ring by the end of April from the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
And his partner Swift has now confirmed he wants to go for the rematch as soon as possible.
She wrote on Instagram: “#WilderFury3 here we come!! #thesagacontinues #stillourchamp #bombzquad.”
That came after a touching tribute to her fella following his first-ever defeat.
She had written: “Deontay, you showed us what Strength, Passion, and Courage looks like,” she said.
“You showed the world what it takes to Be A Champion.
“Most people have no idea just how hard you train, the blood, sweat, and tears you put into this sport for other people’s entertainment.
“To me and to so many that know and love you, you’re still and forever will be the champ!
“You’re the people’s champ and we all know you what you do for our culture.
“One moment in time does not define your legacy, your legacy is created throughout time and we will continue to do just that.
“A bump in the road doesn’t stop you from reaching your desired destination!
“Deontay you are and will always be a King with the tenacious heart of a warrior who has elevated the Heavyweight division back to its glory days in the US, you’ve never backed down and never will from any opponent and I am confident you will fulfil all of your dreams!
“And the journey continues with the same end goal, One face one name one champ!
“I love you, the kids love you, and you are loved by so many.”
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New champ Fury will be entitled to a 60/40 split with regards to the fight purse, ticket sales and pay-per-view buys from another clash with Wilder, who has also declared his intention to regain his belt.
The trilogy fight could take place at the brand new 70,000 capacity Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders.
Speaking to BT Sport after his victory, Fury said: “I expect he [Wilder] will want a rematch and I will have that. Great fights should have trilogies.
“And I want it here, just across the road, at the Raiders Stadium outdoors in front of 70,000.”