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Wilder faces Fury for a third time as he bids to reclaim his WBC world heavyweight title.
And 'The Bronze Bomber' appears to have put on a serious amount of muscle mass ahead of clashing with the self-proclaimed 'Gypsy King' on Saturday.
Deontay Wilder appears to have seriously bulked up for the Tyson Fury trilogy... pic.twitter.com/OHjlYtxAAq
- Michael Benson (@MichaelBensonn) October 8, 2021
The American looks HUGE in a video captured by Blue Blood Sports TV.
The clip shows a shirtless-Wilder hyping up his return - with the 35-year-old looking stacked.
Fury will also be a lot more heavier than their last meeting. Well, that's according to the fighter's trainer SugarHill Steward.
But the undefeated Brit has played down his weight ahead of the defence of his crown.
On his weight, he told Sky Sports: "It doesn't matter - weight, size, anything like that to beat anybody.
"You can weigh 14 stone and knock a man spark out, a 25 stone man. It doesn't really matter, the weight.
"I'm not aiming for a specific weight.
"I'm just eating plenty of food. I've trained hard enough and that's it.
"Whatever I weigh in on the night, I weigh in at."
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