You're going to get smashed - Fury hits back at Wilder

Tanya Simon
November 7, 2019

'Why come over here and get smashed?': Dana White pours cold water on Tyson Fury to UFC rumors Lineal heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury raised many an eyebrow last week when he said that he would soon be entering training for a potential transition to mixed martial arts, but it is an idea UFC boss Dana White detests. This time you're gonna' get smashed, ya big bum dosser.

The boxers are set to go toe-to-toe again on February 22, with Wilder having retained his WBC heavyweight title following a controversial drawn fight last December.

Fury responded to the claims of the & # 39; Bronze Bomber & # 39; that he doesn't want a rematch posting a video on his social networks assuring fans he's ready for a date on February 22.

Now Fury has hit back at the American, declaring: "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".

"I understand him running, he can run, run, run as far as he can, but he got to remember: he signed the contract and when you sign something, anybody know [s] that the pen is a silent warrior".

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"Just get through your fight with [Luis] Ortiz, do your own thing and stop using my name for relevance". I don't know why on earth you would think I am bothered about you.

'You should be on 20% but you're not, I'm giving you a fair share, because I'm a fair man.

'I don't ask for anything in this world, I work hard for everything.

Since his first fight with Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder has fought once, levelling Dominic Breazeale inside one round.

Wilder takes on Luis Ortiz in another rematch on November 23 live on Sky Sports. Fury, meanwhile, has fought twice, defeating Tom Schwarz and Otto Wallin by TKO and decision respectively.

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