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Tyson Fury Prods Deontay Wilder in Smack Talk Showdown

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(23-0 Tyson Fury)

Since Deontay Wilder’s unanimous desicion victory over Bermane Stiverne earned him the WBC Heavyweight Title, Tyson Fury has gone full WWE and has called out Wilder, telling boxingscene.com,

“Just like to say congrats to Deontay Wilder on becoming new WBC champ! If we fight you won’t last six rounds, I wasn’t impressed at all! Let’s go? I Honestly think Deontay Wilder will avoid the furious one and fight some bums instead of keeping the heavyweight buzz going. Let’s set it on fire?? I’ll rip your heart out and feed it to you chump!”

Wilder has since responsed to Fury’s comments by simply saying, “Tyson Fury, bro, you don’t want none. Let’s make it happen.”

Deontay-Wilder
(Deontay Wilder dominates for WBC Heavyweight Title)

Despite Wilder’s response it is unlikely that he will arrange a fight with Fury, not because he is afriad but because he is focused on the real cash cow, Wladamir Klitschko. This hasn’t stopped Fury from giving interviewers a bevy of quotes including,

“Wilder did a good job on Stiverne and he’s now got the WBC title…that puts him in line for big fights against people like me, Wladimir Klitschko and whoever else.”

“America has a new heavyweight champion of the world and the big boys are back in the division. The division has been set on fire again.”

“I don’t like Deontay Wilder and he doesn’t like me,” said Fury, 23 (17 KOs). “I think he’s a big hype-job. We once had a bit of a falling out in Sheffield at one of Mick Hennessy’s boxing shows and I told him one day I will get him in the ring and knock him out. That is still my plan.”

Wladimir-Klitschko
(Wladimir Klitschko, heavyweight extraordinare)

Fury is the mandatory challenger to world champion Wladimir Klitschko, who holds 3 belts. As far-fetched as it sounds, Fury believes he will one day be crowned the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, which is extremely unlikely with Klitschko and Wilder not planning to retire anytime soon. Nonetheless, Fury still believes,

“In an ideal world I’d like to fight Klitschko first, because he’s got most of the belts and he’s the No 1 in the division, and then I’d like to unify all the titles against Deontay Wilder.”

“Potentially, I’m three or four fights away from being the unified heavyweight champion of the world…It would be the biggest selling fight with the greatest smack talk in heavyweight history.”

“Back in the (Muhammad) Ali days, there was only one man doing the talking. The others wouldn’t talk. This is different, though. We can both talk, we both play the press and we are both natural born entertainers. That’s why it’s the biggest fight out there as far as I’m concerned.”

“It’s not just the biggest fight in the heavyweight division, it’s the biggest fight in world boxing.”

One thing is for sure, Tyson Fury would be a heavy favorite in a smack off with Wilder, but Wilder would be a favorite in the ring. Tyson Fury is set to face Christian Hammer on February 28th at the O2 Arena in London, England. Defending his WBO international heavyweight title, fans will see if Fury can hold onto his perfect professional record.

  • Boxmug

    ok. well, The first thing out Wilder’s mouth after winning the title was Fury. and team Wilder has no intention of fighting Wlad anytime soon either in recently referring to their fighter as:
    a “prospect” and “a work in progress” and a”baby” …and in facing Klitschko: “it is not the right thing yet” ” …and about top 10 fighters: “There is no need to rush Wilder into big fights with the best of the division” WHAAAT??!lol!!!!!!!!…and so after 33 fights and a championship title win (decision) here sits the great
    American hope