WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman thinks Tyson Fury can climb any mountain. The 31-year-old boxer outdid previously unbeaten Deontay Wilder via TKO in the seventh round in February and won the WBC heavyweight title. The Gypsy King’s victory over the Bronze Bomber inspired many around the world. After fighting with drugs and mental health problems, Fury made his comeback in 2018 and faced Wilder after just two fights. Many boxing experts were predicting Wilder outsmarting Fury. However, the British boxer had some different plans. Fury outboxed Wilder and earned a controversial draw. In 2020, Fury didn’t lead the match to 12 rounds as he finished the job in the seventh round. Fight fans now want to see the Gypsy King locking horns with Anthony Joshua, a two-time unified heavyweight champion.