Tyson Fury excited to make Sin City debut with bout vs Tom Schwartz

‘I made a promise to myself I wouldn’t go to Las Vegas until I fought there’: Tyson Fury excited to make Sin City debut with bout against Tom Schwartz

  • Heavyweight Tyson Fury will fight Tom Schwartz at the MGM Grand on June 15
  • It will be Fury’s first fight in Sin City during his 11-year professional career
  • It’ll also be his first trip to Las Vegas – insisting he wanted to go there to fight first

Tyson Fury has revealed he will finally fulfil a childhood promise when he meets Tom Schwarz in Las Vegas next month.

Fury returns to the ring for the first time since December’s classic draw with Deontay Wilder when he fights the unbeaten but unheralded Schwarz at the MGM Grand on June 15.

Sin City has become the spiritual home of boxing but Fury has never fought there before in his 11-year professional career.

Tyson Fury is relishing the prospect of making his Las Vegas boxing debut next month

Tyson Fury is relishing the prospect of making his Las Vegas boxing debut next month

He returns to boxing for the first time since December when he fights Tom Schwartz on June 15

He returns to boxing for the first time since December when he fights Tom Schwartz on June 15

On Monday, Fury also revealed that he has never been to the iconic Strip – because he wanted his first trip to be on business.

‘I made a promise to myself when I was younger I wouldn’t go to Las Vegas until I fought there,’ said Fury, who was sporting an eye-catching black and white suit which featured pictures of the iconic heavyweights of yesteryear.

‘I’m really looking forward to going to Las Vegas, Los Angeles (for Wilder) was one thing but all the big fights happen in Las Vegas.

‘I remember waking up to see Ricky Hatton against Floyd Mayweather (in December, 2017), that was at the MGM Grand.’

Speaking on Monday, Fury sported a suit which featured pictures of historic heavyweights

Speaking on Monday, Fury sported a suit which featured pictures of historic heavyweights

He added: ‘To put my name alongside those (greats) is another thing ticked off the bucket list.’

Fury also insisted he is ready and willing to fight heavyweight rivals Wilder and WBA, IBF and WBO champion Anthony Joshua ‘whenever’ and ‘however’.

‘Either or, they’re both big fights for the fans,’ he said.

‘I’ve said I’ll fight them seven days a week… if I fought them 10 times, I’ll beat them 10 times. All we need to do is stop messing around and get the fights made.’

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