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You Can Hear Every Word Of Tyson Fury And Deontay Wilder's Face-Off In New Footage

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You Can Hear Every Word Of Tyson Fury And Deontay Wilder's Face-Off In New Footage

Tyson Fury has claimed he will knock Deontay Wilder "spark out" and then "laugh" in his face when the pair face-off in their highly anticipated rematch on Saturday night.

The 31-year-old made the bold claim in last night's heated press conference in Las Vegas, where both fighters had to be dragged apart of stage after exchanging a series of insults.

It hasn't taken long for BT Sport's YouTube channel to upload footage of the chaos, and you can pretty much hear every word.

Sit back and enjoy five minutes of carnange.

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Fury was heard saying "Look how small you are, you little midget!" early on, and claimed when he was training "like a dosser" before their first fight - and Wilder "definitely" won't be able to keep him down on Saturday.

Wilder then pushed Fury across stage, to which Fury replied "Look at him, he's like a featherweight pushing me across the room. You little b***h!"

The British heavyweight claimed he has "never been so sure of anything in my life" as he prepares to face 'The Bronze Bomber' before suggesting "You're getting it p***y."

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Here's another fascinating angle of the face-off, shot by the guys at Top Rank Boxing, and you can once again hear every word.

Wilder was unfazed by the threat from Fury and called out his rival for having "pillows for fists" while claiming his doctor said "he's never seen power like" his punches.

His opponent, however, was certainly the more animated out of the two, and the 31-year-old ended the face-off with a huge claim.

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"I'm going to punch your face in and laugh at you." Fury said. "You couldn't even beat me last time after three years out the ring. You had to rob me to get a decision. To keep your undefeated record."

Do you think Tyson Fury will come out on top and reclaim his heavyweight crown? Or will Wilder defend his title for the 11th time on Saturday night?

Image: PA
Image: PA

Let us know in the comments below.

Topics: Tyson Fury, Boxing News, Boxing, Deontay Wilder

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