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Deontay Wilder claims Tyson Fury is scheming a 'masterplan' to 'cheat' again in their next clash and insists he wasn't knocked out in rematch.
The Gypsy King floored Wilder twice in their previous bout and stopped him in the February 2020 rematch.
The heavyweight pair are set to clash on July 24.
In October, 'The Bronze Bomber' spoke out accusing Fury of cheating in their rematch by posting a video and statement on social media, then following it up with multiple interviews.
In the video, Wilder accuses Fury of hiding a hard object within his gloves to inflict extra damage.
Deontay Wilder accuses Tyson Fury of having something in his glove; says Fury running from rematch ' https://t.co/1kB9A5FPop pic.twitter.com/rlxNluC1k9
- The Mac Life (@TheMacLife) October 31, 2020
He followed up these claims by suggesting that Fury had 'spiked' his water with muscle relaxers before the fight.
Wilder accused his own co-trainer Mark Breland - who threw in his towel to end the fight - and fired him as a result.
Deontay Wilder Accuses Fury Of Cheating, Breland Of Disloyalty - https://t.co/438VtkLnfX pic.twitter.com/Rsu9Rv2XVc
- Boxing Insider.com (@BoxingInsider) October 31, 2020
Prior to their third meeting, Wilder spoke to 78SPORTSTV: "You think he ain't gonna try to cheat this time?"
"Oh they're thinking, they're coming up with a master plan"
"You couldn't knock me out, you didn't knock me out"
The winner of this bout is expected to fight Anthony Joshua in what is tipped to be the biggest fight in boxing history.
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