Tyson Fury Hits Back At 'Big Bum Dosser' Deontay Wilder After Claiming He Doesn't Want A Rematch
Tyson Fury has slammed fierce rival Deontay Wilder over claims that he is trying to run away from their rematch.
The Brit superstar, 31, has confirmed that their highly anticipated rematch is scheduled for 22nd February in Las Vegas.
While an official announcement hasn't been made, WBC champ Wilder has made a bold claim that Fury doesn't want a rematch.
But the 'Gypsy King' has now launched a scathing attack on the 34-year-old in a video uploaded to Instagram.
"This is a message to address Deontay Wilder's recent comments on how I don't want to fight him," he said.
"Oh, how afraid of him I am.
"If I was afraid of you, I wouldn't have fought you after having three years out of the ring and beaten you in your own country, but you had to rob me and give me a draw.
"I don't know why on Earth you think I'm bothered about you.
"Just get through your fight with [Luis] Ortiz, do your own thing and stop using my name for relevance.
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"You should be on 20 per cent [for our rematch], but you're not and I'm giving you a fair share because I'm a fair man.
"I don't ask for anything in this world, I work hard for everything.
"The thing is with you, Wilder, crack on with your own business and I'll see you February 22 to finish what I started.
"This time you're going to get smashed, you big bum dosser."
Wilder, who is preparing for his upcoming rematch with Luis Ortiz on 23rd November, accused Fury of 'not wanting' a rematch and claiming 'he never wanted it.'
"Fury don't want it, I don't think he ever wanted the rematch," the 'Bronze Bomber' told Sky Sports.
"I understand him running, he can run, run, run as far as he can, but he got to remember: he signed the contract and when you sign something, anybody know[s] that the pen is a silent warrior.
"You're going to have to pay consequences to get out of that."
Fury last fought in September as he survived an early scare against Otto Wallin to secure a victory on points
But he has recently worked with WWE as part of a storyline involving Braun Strowman.
The 'Gypsy King' made his in-ring WWE debut at Crown Jewel last month and defeated the 'Monster Among Men' by count-out.
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