So in the news apparently Fury wilder trilogy match is being delayed due to a supposed covid outbreak. Now, Im not in the camp so I have no idea whether it's true or not. Maybe someone really did catch covid. But to me, it's a little suspicious because Fury seems to be allergic to immediate rematches. First the Wladmir fight. He won in a very close fight, then disappeared from the sport for like 3 years due to depression after binging on coke and alcohol. He came back and had two tune ups and fought wilder. They were supposed to have an immediate rematch, but he chose to milk out his ESPN/Arum money and fought two more bums. Fair play, but those matches proved absolutely nothing and just delayed a clear answer as to which fighter was the best in the division. He finally rematched Wilder, but then tried to weasel his way out and fight Joshua for undisputed after we went like a whole damn year with none of the top 3 fighters facing each other due to Wilder rightfully taking him to court. He lost the case and the fight was finally on, but then by some amazing coincidence someone in Fury's camp caught covid. There were rumors that Fury was not in the best shape/was lacking focus/etc. Arum let it slip that he was worried about Fury lacking activity during the long layoff due to the pandemic and going to court. Could this have something to do with it? Are they perhaps also worried about Wilder's threats and newfound motivation? Is fury just a control freak who won't enter matches unless things are all going his way? Idk, but this seems to be a very weird chain of events in his career.