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Tyson Fury has once more waged a war of words with Deontay Widler, saying he is not popular

‘He has got no substance’: Tyson Fury wages another war of words with Deontay Wilder as he labels Bronze Bomber a ‘loud mouth’ and says there is ‘no intellect’ behind his trash talk

  • Tyson Fury is taking a short break from boxing to take part in a WWE pay per view
  • The Gypsy King is set to return to the ring to face Deontay Wilder next February 
  • Fury has revisited his war of words with his opponent ahead of their rematch 
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Tyson Fury has reignited his war of words with Deontay Wilder after labelling the Bronze Bomber a ‘loud mouth’. 

The Gypsy King is set to fight Wilder next February when the pair meet for their long-anticipated re-match following their blockbuster draw in December last year.

There are suggestions that the bout could be in jeopardy, with Fury preparing to dip his toe into the wrestling business, and he is set to headline WWE’s Crown Jewel pay per view in Saudi Arabia this week. 

Tyson Fury has once more waged a war of words with Deontay Widler, saying he is not popular

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Tyson Fury has once more waged a war of words with Deontay Widler, saying he is not popular

However, Fury has once again turned to talk of his rivalry with hi heavyweight nemisis, suggesting that the prospect is still at the forefront of his thinking. 

‘He screams “bomb squad” a lot and pretends to have a personality, but really he doesn’t and there is no depth to him,’ Fury said of his prospective next boxing opponent, per the Mirror.

‘I have already got more American fans than Wilder. For whatever reason, Wilder is not popular in America and people don’t like him.

‘He has got no substance. He is a loud mouth.

‘Behind that there is no intellect. He comes out with random things that don’t make sense. I am a trash talker, but sometimes I struggle to put together what he is talking about.’

Fury was at Webley on Sunday afternoon to see the NFL clash between LA Rams and Bengals

Fury was at Webley on Sunday afternoon to see the NFL clash between LA Rams and Bengals

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Fury was at Webley on Sunday afternoon to see the NFL clash between LA Rams and Bengals