Tyson Fury Savagely Responds To Deontay Wilder For Asking Him To "Step Aside"
Tyson Fury has branded Deontay Wilder a "dosser" in a scathing response to his step aside comments.
Wilder demanded Fury to step aside so he can challenge the winner of Andy Ruiz Jr vs. Anthony Joshua for an undisputed bout.
But the self-proclaimed 'Gypsy King' insists he isn't stepping aside for anyone.
"Deontay 'Bronze Bollocks' Wilder is a dosser and he knows he is. I see all that stuff about how he wants me to step aside. Step aside to what? He's terrified of the Gypsy King. He couldn't beat the Gypsy King when I had three years out of the ring on alcohol and drugs," he said.
"How the f**k is he going to beat the Gypsy King now that I've been training for two years. Come on!
"[Stepping aside] depends how much they want to pay me because I ain't stepping aside. That's not quite how it works and it's very costly work.
"You have to speak to [co-promoter] Bob Arum about all of that. I told you, I only know about smashing. I don't know about business, I never went to school. I've never got law degrees and I've never got business economic degrees. I've got nothing. The only thing I know how to do is f**k motherf**ker up."
Wilder wanted Fury to step aside in the hopes of challenging for the unified heavyweight crown, and claimed the undefeated Brit is afraid of him.
"I would want him to step aside, which I think he would do anyway," said the WBC title holder. "I think he would, but I would want him to do it as well, to give a unification.
"One champion, one face, one name. That has never left my mind.
"In my opinion, I don't feel Fury wants to fight me again anyway," he added.
"If this opportunity comes about, I think Fury will pass up his opportunity, he would want me to fight for the unification, and then come back and fight him.
"He ain't really no king, he don't have a title. I revived his career for him, you're welcome. Now, if that happens, Fury, step aside."
Fury's set to return to the ring on September 14 against Otto Wallin, while Wilder will face Luis Ortiz in a rematch for his WBC belt. If victorious, Wilder and Fury are set to do battle again in early 2020.
And, of course, Ruiz Jr and Joshua will run it back on December 7 in Saudi Arabia.