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Someone has put together a compilation of Tyson Fury calling out the entire heavyweight division.
As well as being thoroughly entertaining when inside the squared circle, the WBC world heavyweight champion's popularity has soared due to his unique personality.
Not many boxers would grab the microphone and belt out a tune after just going through an 11 round war, and then go out raving afterwards, but the 33-year-old really is in his own lane.
As we know, Fury absolutely loves trash-talking and does it in his own way. Every man under the sun has been called out by the Gypsy King and he's done a lot of it on his Instagram page.
On Saturday, prior to Fury's sensational win over Wilder, boxing journalist Michael Benson posted a two minute clip of the 33-year-old ripping into the likes of Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder, Tony Bellew, Jarrell Miller and Dillian Whyte.
Even promoter Eddie Hearn got a verbal lashing, with Fury repeatedly using his favourites words "dosser" and "bum".
One of his very best videos on Instagram came when he had ballooned up to 28 stone and heard that Wilder had said he was "finished" following that depressive period away from the ring.
It proved to be the perfect motivation for Fury, who shed the pounds and went on to beat him twice under the lights in Las Vegas.
Tyson Fury sent this message to Deontay Wilder when he was close to 350lbs (28 stone) back in 2017. Today he fights him for a third time for the heavyweight title…— Michael Benson (@MichaelBensonn) October 9, 2021
[📽️ @Tyson_Fury] pic.twitter.com/aefAgZYiyE
The latest victory in the absolute slugfest, saw Wilder take the defeat even worse than when Fury beat him to become WBC champion.
Much to Fury's surprise, the Bronze Bomber refused to shake his opponent's hand after the fight.
"But you know what, I thought that we fought it all out there and all allegations that were made towards me throughout the build-up of this fight, we fought like two warriors in there and I went over to shake his hand and say, 'Well done,' and he was like, 'No, I don't respect you.'
"I was like, how can you say I cheated when you know in your own heart and your full team knows that you just got beat fair and square.
"It's just a sore loser in boxing, I'm sure he's not the first one and he won't be the last one, but I've acted like a gentleman throughout my career and that's all I can do as a man."
Fury, now 31-0-1 professionally, could be set to take on newly crowned unified WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk next - or WBC mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte should the Brit get past Otto Wallin.
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