Tyson Fury Sends His Most Hilarious Warning To Deontay Wilder Ahead Of Upcoming Rematch
Tyson Fury has hilariously warned Deontay Wilder what awaits him when the two boxing titans clash on 22nd February.
The 31-year-old Brit superstar secured a controversial draw when he initially faced WBC champ Wilder in their blockbuster 2018 bout.
But Fury has vowed to avoid a repeat of their first encounter and promised to KO the 34-year-old American in Las Vegas.
The 'Gypsy King' has once again teased his fierce rival about his KO promise with his post on Instagram Stories.
Fury hilariously posted an image of a T-shirt branding his face, which features the message 'You big dosser.'
And the former unified heavyweight champ captioned his photo: "@bronzebomber after I knock his head off Feb 22."
Wilder recently suggested that Fury will be worried going into the second fight after he was knocked down twice in their 2018 clash.
"Deep down I feel he's nervous, very nervous from what happened the first time," the 'Bronze Bomber' said.
"When you go in there for a second time, it has to be stressful and you definitely can't sleep at night.
"He's worried and I don't think his confidence is that high because of the state I left him in before.
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"I gave this man concussion and it will happen again because the head is not meant to be hit, especially by the power of Deontay Wilder, so he has a lot to think about."
Boxing legend Wladimir Klitschko has been asked about his prediction for the Fury and Wilder rematch.
And Anthony Joshua has also had his say on the hotly-anticipated second clash between Fury and Wilder.
Wilder has since called out Joshua and branded him a "coward" for not "trying to step in the ring with the king."
The KO artist explained: "I'm not worried about that coward, he barely got his titles back, never mind trying to step in the ring with the king.
"He never wanted to fight me. He has been out of the picture and no-one is talking about him anymore.
"The heavyweight division is on fire and it's my job to keep it that way. It's a tie-break with Muhammad Ali and I'm looking forward to setting some history on February 22nd.
"Fury has pillow-esque fists. After the first fight, I didn't feel sore. I took all of his punches. He's just a big man who can move around the ring, his power is not there.
"The 'Gypsy King' is going to be floored and he's definitely not getting up."
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