In a trilogy bout, Tyson Fury threatens to “smash Deontay Wilder’s face.”


In a trilogy bout, Tyson Fury threatens to “smash Deontay Wilder’s face.”

Next month, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will fight in Las Vegas.

When the heavyweights meet for the third time in July, Tyson Fury has promised to slam Deontay Wilder in the face. An impartial arbitrator recently denied Fury the opportunity to fight Anthony Joshua.

In July, Fury will battle Wilder for the third time in Las Vegas.

The ‘Gypsy King’ was supposed to fight Joshua in a unification fight, but that was canceled last week.

Fury was ordered by an independent arbitrator to offer Wilder an immediate rematch from their February 2020 battle.

As a result, the two will face off in July at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

Fury has already begun his training camp in preparation for the trilogy battle, vowing to finish the fight in the same manner as the first.

The ‘Gypsy King’ delivered a scary threat to his opponent in a video shared to his Twitter account.

“First day in the gym is done, folks, camp starts today,” Fury stated.

“I have eight weeks until I slam Deontay Wilder in the face for him.

“Can’t wait to do it on July 24th, tune in.”

Fury is anticipated to defeat Wilder, like he did last year when the two faced.

However, before of the trilogy fight, Wilder has switched trainers and is currently working with Malik Scott.

The Bronze Bomber has only only lost once in his career, to Fury, and has promised to “decapitate” the WBC champion.

“My thinking is – you’ve been considering about hurting a person so badly, to the point where you want to disfigure him so his mother wouldn’t even recognize who he was,” Wilder stated over the weekend.

“It’s like that premeditated thing where you’ve had your mind on it, like you want to decapitate him in every f*****g manner possible.

“When I do see him, I’m going to be curious to watch how my feelings and thoughts shift when he’s in my environment. I’ve been thinking about, planning on whooping this guy.”

“There’s nowhere to run, nothing to hide, you’ve got to go through me,” he continued. I’m the hardest puncher in the heavyweight category, if not all of boxing, and I’m going to keep doing it.”


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