TYSON FURY wants to hire cornerman Mark Breland if Deontay Wilder sacks him for throwing in towel.

Wilder, 34, was left fuming in February after his assistant trainer Breland – a former world champion – ended his one-sided beating against Fury in round seven.

The Bronze Bomber was so angry, despite twice being floored and dominated throughout, he threatened to axe the coach, who once trained under the late, great Emanuel Steward.

And the Gypsy King, who plans to remain with Steward's nephew Javan 'Sugarhill' for the trilogy bout against Wilder, will offer Breland a job should Wilder decide to punish him for doing his job and throwing in the towel.

Fury, 31, told told IFL TV: “If for some reason Mark Breland will not be working with Deontay Wilder then he will have a job with the Gypsy King.

“If Wilder ain’t going to use Mark Breland then I’ll bring him in.

“Because he’s very good at what he does and he’s got the best interest of the fighter. I respect him.

“He’s a Kronk fighter and a former world champion. And I do believe if it wasn’t for Mark Breland Wilder could be seriously injured today.

“He got a lot of criticism from his team which I thought was very unfair and unjust because he saved his life.”

After Fury dethroned Wilder of the WBC title, the American puncher invoked his right to an immediate rematch which was set for July, until the coronavirus pandemic KO'd the fight.

Instead they are preparing to complete their trilogy towards the end of the year and to salvage ticket sales the event could take place in China or the Middle East.

Australia have also proposed the fight take place on Boxing Day which would then be aired on Christmas Day in the UK.

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