‘This time you’re going to get smashed’: Tyson Fury promises to ‘finish what he started’ against Deontay Wilder as he sends message to ‘big bum dosser’ ahead of rematch
- Tyson Fury has continued the war of words with Deontay Wilder prior to rematch
- The heavyweight giants are set to go head-to-head once again on February 22
- The initial bout between the charismatic pair in United States ended in a draw
Tyson Fury has told Deontay Wilder he is ‘going to get smashed’, and labelled his opponent ‘a big bum dosser’ ahead of their rematch.
Fury and Wilder are set to face each other again on February 22 next year after their initial bout in the United States in 2018 ended in a draw.
Wilder had claimed that Fury was afraid to fight him, but the Gypsy King dismissed such suggestions.
Tyson Fury has told Deontay Wilder he is ‘going to get smashed’ when the pair face each other
Fury was responding to Wilder’s claims that he is too afraid to take part in a rematch
Speaking on Instagram, Fury said: ‘This is a message to address Deontay Wilder’s recent comments on how I don’t want to fight him and 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 beat you in your own country. You had to rob me and give me a draw, so I don’t know why on earth you’d think I’m bothered about you.
‘Just get through your fight with Ortiz, do your own thing. Stop using my name for relevance. You should be on 20 per cent but I’m giving you a fair share because I’m a fair man.
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‘I don’t ask for anything in this world, I work hard for everything. So the thing is for 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. End of.’
Fury was responding after Wilder told Sky Sports: ‘Fury, I don’t think he ever wanted the rematch. I can understand him running. He can run, run, run as far as he can.
‘But he’s got to remember, he signed the contract, and when you sign something. Anybody know that the pen is a silent warrior. You’re going to have to pay consequences of getting out of that.’
The initial bout between the two heavyweight giants in the United States ended in a draw
Fury has received an offer to face WBC heavyweight champion Wilder in Saudi Arabia, but there have been suggestions that the fight could take place in Los Angeles instead.
Of the 41 fights that Wilder has taken part in so far during his professional career, the bout with Fury is the only one that he has failed to win.
As Fury alluded to, Wilder first has to face Luis Ortiz in Nevada on November 23.
Fury earned much praise for his performance in the initial fight against Wilder, which included him recovering from a heavy knockdown in the final round.
Since then, Fury has beaten Tom Schwarz and Otto Wallin, while he has also participated in WWE.
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