Deontay Wilder will profit from the trilogy battle with Tyson Fury being postponed, his coach Malik Scott has claimed.
The heavyweights had been as a result of meet in a trilogy bout in Las Vegas this month, nonetheless Fury examined optimistic for COVID.
They may now conflict on October 9 as an alternative, stay on talkSPORT.
Scott reacted: “It’s an awesome factor as a result of it simply offers us extra time to marinate Fury for the cooking.
“I stated Fury wasn’t making it out of 5 rounds earlier than the postponement.
“However now, since now we have extra time to arrange, it’s actually about to get ugly.”
When requested if there have been any frustrations concerning the delay, he added: “Slightly however I’m a camp head. I really like coaching camp.
“All my life, even having my very own properties on the street, camp life has at all times been my first house.
“It’s peace, it’s arduous work, it’s enjoyable, it’s remoted out of your regular on a regular basis hectic schedule once you’re at house.
“So if something I simply felt unhealthy for Deontay as a result of it’s the third postponement that has occurred to him for the trilogy.
“However both means, extra time we get to marinate Fury goes to make the style of victory much more sweeter.
“I’m not leaving camp till Deontay Wilder is two-time heavyweight champion.”
Additional pressed about whether or not he believes Fury examined optimistic for COVID, Scott concluded: “I don’t imagine nothing Tyson Fury says.”