Tyson Fury Changes Definition Of 'Dosser' On Urban Dictionary To Describe Deontay Wilder
By Mike Parrott
Tyson Fury has edited the definition of the word 'Dosser' on Urban Dictionary to describe his upcoming opponent, Deontay Wilder.
With Fury-Wilder 2 supposedly set for February 2020, Fury is continuing the trash talk for the fight.
The word 'Dosser' is synonymous with Fury, with Fury using it predominantly as an insult towards someone.
Now the Gypsy King wants the word 'Dosser' to be defined as Deontay Wilder and has paid Urban Dictionary to change the various definitions of 'Dosser' to his personal definition of Wilder
Some of the definitions include:
"An American professional boxer. Who has held the WBC heavyweight title since 2015, and in doing so became the first American world heavyweight champion in nine years, he was gifted a draw against Tyson fury in a match where was named "Dosser"."
"A useless mismanaged WBC heavyweight champion who talks s*** and hasnt beaten anybody noteworthy in his entire career.
You're getting knocked the f*** out you useless dosser."
. @Tyson_Fury showed true grit to dig deep and win after a terrible cut to the eye. Heart of a Champion. Fair play to Otto Wallin who came to win. The Tyson Fury Roadshow rolls on! pic.twitter.com/tJXus6BLeZ- Frank Warren (@frankwarren_tv) September 15, 2019
Fury recently revealed on a YouTube Podcast that he has an agreement in place for Wilder-Fury 2 for February 22nd, 2020 in the USA and that it Wilder's party that has delayed it by over a year.
The Gypsy King's last fight came at Las Vegas in September when he beat Otto Walin by Unanimous Decision.