Tyson Fury taunts ‘sucker’ Deontay Wilder while shadow boxing in living room

Tyson Fury took a swipe at Deontay Wilder from his own living room, labelling the WBC heavyweight champ a ‘sucker’ ahead of their rematch.

The heavyweight rivals are set to face off in 2020 for a second time after fighting just over a year ago.

Wilder and Fury are set to do battle again after their epic in December 2018
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The bout ended in a draw after Fury incredibly climbed off the canvas in the final round.

And they are set to do battle once again, with February 22 the scheduled date for their next scrap.

Fury, who is known as the ‘Gypsy King’ was keen to let the Bronze Bomber know that he was in good shape by throwing some jabs from his living room.

In a video posted on Fury’s Instagram, the former heavyweight champ can be seen dancing round the room while screaming into the camera.

Fury was knocked to the canvas by Wilder but the Gypsy King amazingly beat the count before resuming the fight

Fury said: “I’m training here Wilder, you sucker!

“What you say about me boy, you can’t hurt what you can’t see. P***y!”

“You couldn’t finish me last time.”

There were fears over Fury’s fitness after the horror cut he suffered in his last fight against Otto Wallin in September.

His eye was slashed in two places by the Swede and Fury was rushed to hospital immediately after the fight.

Fury sustained a two-inch gash on the eyebrow and a slit on his eyelid -and needed a monstrous 47 stitches for it to heal.

The rematch with Wilder was put in serious doubt but after doctors looked at it, promoter Bob Arum said it has ‘completely healed.’


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The legendary promoter told Boxing Scene: “I saw him when he was getting ready for the WWE show and everything had been healed.

“He had great care with a plastic surgeon here and then when he went back to the UK, the leading plastic surgeon in the UK took care of him and you don’t see anything now.
“It is completely healed.”

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