those are signs of mania, flight of ideas, restlessness your not wrong, even dressing up like batman in the press confrence with klitchko,I’m not a health care professional, but as a man with bipolar, I’d say Tyson Fury is in the middle of a manic episode. He’s posted 47 Instagram stories in the last 12 hours. Hundreds over the past few days, calling out every Tom, Dick & Harry. I’m genuinely concerned about his well-being at this point. I hope I’m wrong, but I wouldn’t be surprised if he comes crashing down in the next couple of weeks and goes off the rails
AJ and Hearn will be absolutely fuming and quite right too. I rate Fury at #1 in the division (I know you do too) but I still think Wilder presents a threat to Fury greater than anyone else in the division currently and that's despite the pasting he got last time out.
He has no business whatsoever stepping aside to let Fury and Joshua fight it out for supremacy, he has to believe that he can now get the Saudi payday himself by recovering his belt from Fury and then meeting (hopefully) AJ so I don't believe he's asked for any step aside money.
There was a rematch clause in the contract with Fury. Title or no title.Hang on a minute.... What if the WBC just make Fury the "franchise" champion freeing up the belt he has now for Wilder to fight Whyte? Would love to see the arbitrator's ruling in full if anyone has a copy or knows where it is. It surely can only be Fury's hold on the title that makes him liable in these proceedings, if the belt becomes vacant he can do what he wants with his career I would have thought.
Still would like to see Wilder fight the winner but as a Brit my preference is AJ vs Fury for undisputed