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Fury ignited his rivalry with the Klitschko brothers by taunting them on social media when the World Boxing Council (WBC) asked their followers how 'Dr. Ironfist' would have done in the current heavyweight era.
How would Vitali Klitschko do in this Heavyweight era? :flag_ua::boom::punch::flag_ua:
He was called "Dr. Ironfist"and here's why!#KOFRIDAY pic.twitter.com/JDE0VTbjKl
- World Boxing Council (@WBCBoxing) October 30, 2020
On Twitter, the undefeated Brit wrote: "Would (have) of loved to kick his ass also."
Would of loved to kick his ass also. https://t.co/VQ3xarrXXk
- TYSON FURY (@Tyson_Fury) October 30, 2020
Wladimir noticed Fury's tweet and jumped to the defence of his brother.
The former world heavyweight champion, who lost his titles to Fury in November 2015, aimed an extraordinary rant - slamming his sexist and racist comments.
"Fans, Sadly it appears @Tyson_Fury is abusing substances again," he tweeted.
"History shows he goes off the deep end with irrational, sexist, racial, statements.
"Truth is Klitschko and ass kick is fantasy for him. Klitschko and run, ran, or dodged the rematch is more accurate. 'Just say no' pal."
Fans, Sadly it appears @Tyson_Fury is abusing substances again. History shows he goes off the deep end with irrational, sexist, racial, statements.Truth is Klitschko and ass kick is fantasy for him. Klitschko and run, ran, or dodged the rematch is more accurate. "Just say no" pal
- Klitschko (@Klitschko) October 31, 2020
Wladimir never got his proposed rematch with Fury as he fought Anthony Joshua before retiring.
After suffering mental health issues, 'The Gypsy King' returned to the sport and dethroned Deontay Wilder of the WBC world heavyweight title.
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