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The Tyson Fury team posts a video of The Gypsy King wrapping his hands

Tyson Fury’s team post video of The Gypsy King wrapping his hands to dismiss Team Wilder’s claims about glove tampering

  • The Tyson Fury team posted a video to dismiss claims of glove tampering
  • Team Wilder claimed that during the February fight, Fury had a blunt in his gloves
  • Video shows how Wilder’s trainer Jay Deas watched as Fury’s hands were wrapped

The Tyson Fury team released a video wrapping his hands prior to his fight against Deontay Wilder in February.

After the pair’s first meeting ended in a tie, Fury won in the rematch against Wilder, as he won by a technical knockout in the seventh round of the heavyweight clash.

Team Wilder had claimed that Fury had a blunt object in his gloves when he won the fight, but The Gypsy King rejected those suggestions.

Tyson Fury's team released a video wrapping his hands before fighting

Tyson Fury’s team released a video wrapping his hands before fighting

The video followed Team Wilder's claims that Fury had a blunt object in his gloves

The video followed Team Wilder's claims that Fury had a blunt object in his gloves

The video followed Team Wilder’s claims that Fury had a blunt object in his gloves

Deontay Wilder's head coach, Jay Deas, was present when Fury wrapped his hands

Deontay Wilder's head coach, Jay Deas, was present when Fury wrapped his hands

Deontay Wilder’s head coach, Jay Deas, was present when Fury wrapped his hands

Recently, Wilder’s brother Marsellos said that “no glove or first” could have damaged Wilder in such a way and added that doctors had found a dent in The Bronze Bomber’s head.

The beginning of the video shows Fury wrapping his hands before explaining his side of the story.

Fury spoke about the claims and described Wilder's team's suggestions as 'bull ****'

Fury spoke about the claims and described Wilder's team's suggestions as 'bull ****'

Fury spoke about the claims and described Wilder’s team’s suggestions as ‘bull ****’

In a video of BT Sport BoxingFury said, “This is just a short video to tackle all these dirty talk from Wilder and his team.

“I just read an article before saying I might have some blunt objects in my gloves, yes, two big 19 stone 7,275 pound destroyers in each glove.

“So yes, you can do that to the temple.”

The video shows that members of Wilder’s team, such as head coach Jay Deas, were present while Fury wrapped his hands.

Fury, who will meet Wilder again, said he'll put a dent in his boxing career next time

Fury, who will meet Wilder again, said he'll put a dent in his boxing career next time

Fury, who will meet Wilder again, said he’ll put a dent in his boxing career next time

Fury prevailed by technical knockout in the seventh round when he faced Wilder in February

Fury prevailed by technical knockout in the seventh round when he faced Wilder in February

Fury prevailed by technical knockout in the seventh round when he faced Wilder in February

Fury continued, “Unless Wilder’s one trainer Jay Deas was also part of the conspiracy, along with the guys from the Las Vegas State Commission who never left the room.

“Jay Deas was in the room when I wrapped my hands, he examined them, he was there when I put on my gloves, examined them and everyone else was in the room.

“They don’t let you down, we all know that. So everyone quotes foul play, BULL ****!

“And next time I’ll put a dent in his boxing career, because it will be two knockout losses in a row, goodbye forever.”

Fury and Wilder face each other again when the latter seek revenge.

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