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Tyson Fury Hilariously Teaches Family How To Knockout Deontay Wilder In Workout Video

Tyson Fury Hilariously Teaches Family How To Knockout Deontay Wilder In Workout Video

Tyson Fury revealed the secret to knocking out longtime rival Deontay Wilder during his Instagram Live home workout on Friday.

'The Gypsy King' has used lockdown to produce a series of home workouts alongside wife Paris over the last month.

On Friday, Fury decided to give fans an insight into how he defeated the 'Bronze Bomber' via multiple steps.

He showed off a one-two combination which was followed by a body shot similar to what downed Wilder back in May.

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"1 - 2, left hook to the body... get up dosser," Fury began.

"One - two left hook, step to the body, power in the body shot... get up dosser."

Fury also paid tribute to his namesake Mike Tyson by asking fans to perform head movements and slipping techniques similar to 'Iron Mike'.

"Let's move that head, Mike Tyson, Mike Tyson. Move the head, move the head, move the head."

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Fury attempted to involved Anthony Joshua in his home workout but the 30-year-old declined.

Instead, he called on his fellow Brit to prove he's number one in one of boxing's most anticipated showdowns.

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"Yes, come fight me," 'AJ' told Sky Sports.

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"If you really want to say you're No.1, come fight me. Let's get it on.

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"I've got the rest of the belts so it only makes sense.

"I'm the unified heavyweight champion of the world, he's the WBC champion.

"What it will prove, me and him fighting? There will be one dominant figure in the heavyweight division that will have all of the belts and become undisputed.

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"Logically to prove yourself as No.1, I have to fight Tyson Fury. He has to fight Anthony Joshua."

Joshua is currently slated to defend his titles against Kubrat Pulev before facing off with Fury but Joshua thinks he'll 'walk through him'.

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"It's such a shame that I'm in quarantine right now because it's put a halt to greatness," he told SI per VerityNewsOnline.

"I'm working towards beating Tyson Fury. Whether the doubters want to be with me or not, I have to beat him.

"I'm working towards beating Fury. I've gotta look through Pulev; I'm gonna walk through Pulev. He ain't on my level; I'm walking through him. I want the boys at the top.

"I'm not worried about the boys around me. I'm looking at Fury like I'm gonna walk through him as well.

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"And I'm working through them all, and that's the mindset we have to have as fighters. So I'm looking at Tyson Fury like I'm going to walk through him as well.

"I had my issues last year, and I got through it. People don't know what that does to a fighter when he loses in front of the world and has to come back."

Featured Image Credit: Tyson Fury/Instagram & PA Images

Topics: Mike Tyson, Tyson Fury, Boxing News, Boxing, Funny, Rivalries, Deontay Wilder

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