Ben Davison has refused to guarantee followers Tyson Fury will probably be able to struggle Deontay Wilder in February of their much-anticipated rematch.
Fury is recovering from two cuts he sustained in his victory over Otto Wallin final month and could also be pressured to postpone his rematch with Wilder, which organisers have pencilled in for 22 February.
Wilder too faces a race towards time having booked his struggle with Luiz Ortiz for 23 November and Davison conceded he was unsure if the rematch would go forward in February.
‘There’s numerous folks concerned there,’ Davison advised Sky Sports.
‘In terms of the cut, on Tyson’s behalf, what I’d say is I’m not an professional in that area, so I couldn’t actually make an excessive amount of of a remark there.
‘Obviously Tyson is a fighter. As long as he’s 100 per cent, he’s keen to struggle. He’s proven that point and time once more.
‘In terms of Wilder being ready, the broadcasters wanting it on that date, I couldn’t remark there.
‘In terms of the cut, like I say, I’m not an professional in that area, so we’ll have to attend and see.’
Fury has already moved to minimize issues he will probably be pressured to tug out of his rematch with Wilder.
The Gypsy King’s cutman Jorge Capetillo earned large reward for his efforts to handle the gash through the struggle and Davison confirmed his heavyweight was therapeutic rapidly.
‘Obviously that one was the bigger one that looked worse, but the actual one that was affecting him most was the one on the eyelid, so like I say, with time they’ll heal,’ he stated.
‘I’ve all the time stated Tyson is a freak of nature so he’s therapeutic fairly rapidly and fairly properly.’