Fury tells Ronaldo ‘Manchester ain’t big enough for the both of us’ as he plots Old Trafford fight

Tyson Fury tells Cristiano Ronaldo ‘Manchester ain’t big enough for the both of us’ as The Gypsy King plots a dramatic homecoming by fighting at Old Trafford after Deontay Wilder win

  • Tyson Fury recorded another epic triumph over Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas
  • The Gypsy King is plotting his next steps and wants to fight at Old Trafford
  • Fury is a Manchester United fan and the last fight at the stadium was in 1993 











Tyson Fury has outlined sensational plans to host a world title fight at Old Trafford – and upstage Cristiano Ronaldo in the process.

The Gypsy King is perhaps the one Manchester United supporter who isn’t happy to let Ronaldo have centre stage all to himself after his fantastic victory over Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas at the weekend.

Fury even cheekily told Ronaldo that Manchester ‘ain’t big enough for both of us’ as he opened up on his hope of a homecoming in the future.

Tyson Fury wants to fight in Manchester after defeating Deontay Wilder once agaon

The Gypsy King told Cristiano Ronaldo 'Manchester ain't big enough for the both of us'

The Gypsy King told Cristiano Ronaldo ‘Manchester ain’t big enough for the both of us’

Speaking to The Sun, Fury said: ‘I have two fights left out here (in Vegas) but I’d love to bring a world title fight back to Manchester.

‘It has always been a dream of mine to fight at Old Trafford. The last fight there was Eubank versus Benn in 1993 (it finished as a draw) and that was massive.

‘I’m really happy Ronaldo’s back at Old Trafford – but this town ain’t big enough for the both of us!

‘If I lived in Manchester it would be a problem. But I’m an hour up the motorway in Morecambe so he’s got plenty of distance.’

Fury has been spotted at Old Trafford on numerous occasions and his United fandom is well known.

Fury is a United supporter and is often seen at Old Trafford supporting the Red Devils

Fury is a United supporter and is often seen at Old Trafford supporting the Red Devils

The last fight at Old Trafford was back in 1993 when Chris Eubank fought Nigel Benn

The last fight at Old Trafford was back in 1993 when Chris Eubank fought Nigel Benn

Recently he was interviewed by Gary Neville for The Overlap, where the former United defender gifted Fury a painting of Eric Cantona, one of his favourite players.

Fury will be hoping United can follow his lead and return to winning ways when the Premier League resumes this weekend.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men meet Leicester at the King Power stadium but haven’t won in their last two league outings, drawing with Everton and losing to Aston Villa. 

United are fourth in the Premier League standings but only two points behind leaders Chelsea. 

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