Concerns about Tyson Fury's deep, bloody cut impacting him in a potential Deontay Wilder rematch are misplaced, Carl Frampton says

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After Deontay Wilder defeated Luis Ortiz in the seventh round of a Las Vegas showdown on Saturday, attention is turning to a high-stakes rematch with Tyson Fury.

Wilder and Fury fought to a draw in 2018 and appear set to contest a rematch in February 2020, according to Business Insider sources.

Since being the only man to not lose to Wilder, Fury has fought twice, beating Tom Schwarz in June and then Otto Wallin in September.

The Wallin fight was not without consequence, though, as Fury suffered a nasty cut and had to have 47 stitches to repair the wound.

He was reportedly told not to box for two months but a fighter he knows well, Carl Frampton, told Business Insider that February is plenty of time to be fit, focused, and ready to do it all again.

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Deontay Wilder's seventh round knockout victory against Luis Ortiz on Saturday means attention is beginning to turn to a super showdown between the American and his unbeaten rival Tyson Fury.

Since leaving the Staples Center in Los Angeles with a draw in the first Wilder fight in 2018, Fury has fought twice, beating Tom Schwarz in June and then Otto Wallin in September.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 5 things about the NFL that football fans may not knowSee Also:Deontay Wilder is now 9 wins away from breaking Floyd Mayweather's 50-0 record, and he says the former world champion's team is backing himDeontay Wilder was pretty much losing every second of every round in the Luis Ortiz rematch until he violently finished the Cuban with a single punchDeontay Wilder, the 'John Wick' of boxing, says he relaxes by firing guns through obstacle courses at SWAT team ranges

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