Tyson Fury hits Deontay Wilder for taking Dominic Breazeale's son to the trash talk

Tyson Fury scolded Deontay Wilder for his controversial trash talk to Dominic Breazeale

It's out of order and it's sad to involve a child & # 39 ;: Tyson Fury hits Deontay Wilder for taking Dominic Breazeale's son to the trash talk

  • Tyson Fury is expected to face Deontay Wilder in title fight this year
  • He expressed his displeasure at the comments made about the son of Dominic Breazeale
  • Breazeale also answered Wilder's phrase in a personal diatribe posted on social networks
  • The American heavyweight duo previously collided in a hotel lobby in 2017

George Flood for Mailonline

Tyson Fury has criticized Deontay Wilder before a possible confrontation between the two, following the comments made as part of an ugly fight in progress involving Bronze Bomber and Dominic Breazeale.

Wilder and Breazeale previously met in the lobby of a hotel in 2017 after fighting on the same card in Birmingham, Alabama, and it has been speculated that the American heavyweight duo could now resolve their differences in the ring.

"And if it happens, a man, I make sure he brings his son onstage to look man in the eye and that's going to paralyze his dad," Wilder told FightHype.com recently.

Tyson Fury scolded Deontay Wilder for his controversial trash talk to Dominic Breazeale

Tyson Fury scolded Deontay Wilder for his controversial trash talk to Dominic Breazeale

Wilder said of Breazeale: "I make sure that he brings his son to the stage to look the man in the eye and that is going to paralyze his dad." The couple also met in the lobby of a hotel in 2017.

Wilder said of Breazeale: "I make sure that he brings his son to the stage to look the man in the eye and that is going to paralyze his dad." The couple also met in the lobby of a hotel in 2017.

Wilder said of Breazeale: "I make sure that he brings his son to the stage to look the man in the eye and that is going to paralyze his dad." The couple also met in the lobby of a hotel in 2017.

Those controversial comments provoked a strong rebuke from Fury, who could challenge the reigning WBC champion in November after Dillian Whyte sacrificed his position as mandatory challenger.

Taking Twitter, he said: "Saying things like that is out of order and it's sad to involve a child. I pray for all who fight to do their best and get home safely. There are many BS like this in boxing.

Breazeale also responded to Wilder's gybing in a personal and classified tirade x posted on his official Instagram account.

Breazeale responded to his compatriot Wilder with a personal diatribe and posted on Instagram

Breazeale responded to his compatriot Wilder with a personal diatribe and posted on Instagram

Breazeale responded to his compatriot Wilder with a personal diatribe and posted on Instagram

– Sir, I apologize. What I'm going to say should never have come out of my mouth, "he said.

& # 39; Wilder, you're not s ** t. For a man to talk about another man's son and to talk about paralyzing a man in the ring, you are nothing man.

You have the heavyweight championship, that's all. Other than that, two wives, three friends, three children you know, a disabled child, children in the side. Your life is all shit.

& # 39; Want to come see me with some b ****** t? Be a man, take a step forward, complete the paperwork and send the contract. You and me, we can face this in the ring.

& # 39; And you will lose the only thing you have ever had in your life. Send it My revenge is coming.

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