Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury have a signed contract for Fight III. The fight was delayed due to Covid. Arum said they couldn't hold the fight because they needed a live gate. The PPV distributors asked for a new date in early 2021. Since then, there has been a social media blitz by Fury's team. Warren says Fury will not fight Wilder again because Wilder said mean things about the Gypsy King. The King of Smacktalk has had his feelings hurt by Wilder. Wilder 'crossed the line' with his insults. Contradicting Warren, Hearn says Wilder wasn't on social media enough insulting Fury, so that proves he didn't want the third fight. Fury has been on social media every day training says he's getting ready for Joshua. I don't know if a judge will say having your feelings hurt or not mouthing off on social media to everyone's satisfaction is grounds for breaking a contract. 20,000 people attended the last Errol Spence fight in Texas. I think they can hold the Fury-Wilder fight now, which is why Hearn, Arum and Warren are trying to frantically run around and say they have a Fury-Joshua fight negotiated ... and fans believe that to be true ... when, in truth, they all admit they DON'T have a country to stage the fight or a signed contract. They do have a signed contract for Wilder-Fury III. And, despite all the smoke and hyperbole and social media campaigns, it will come down to what is in the contract. The original contract always says both sides (Fury and Wilder) will agree with the judgement of the arbitrator in the case of any disputes. We are now at that stage. Finkel said they expect an announcement by the end of the month (January). But who knows what the arbitrator will decide. At this point, the only reason Wilder-Fury III isn't next is Tyson Fury had his feelings hurt. Is that good enough? Will they stage Fight Three? Will Fury-Joshua III be blocked in the courts when Wilder sues Fury for breach? If Fury-Joshua moves ahead, will Fury be sued for his share of a Joshua fight and come away with nothing? Will Wilder take a big payoff? Will the judge rule in Fury's favor? What is your prediction? I kind of think the odds are shifting to Wilder-Fury III happening before Joshua-Fury ... as was the intention all along.