Tyson Fury REFUSES a bottle of water during the press conference after the game, because he is afraid that a point will come in
Tyson Fury REFUSES a bottle of water during the press conference after the competition about the fear that it anticipates drug testing
- Tyson Fury refused to drink a bottle of water after his victory over Deontay Wilder
- Andy Lee gave the WBC champion a bottle during the press conference after the fight
- Anger decreased to ensure that no prohibited substance entered his system
Tyson Fury was not afraid when he heard that his long-awaited rematch with Deontay Wilder would be performed by an American referee and jury.
The gypsy king promised to defeat the bronze bomber in the distance and he fulfilled his prophecy in round seven by forcing Wilder’s cornerman Mark Breland to throw in the towel.
The 31-year-old was crowned heavyweight champion WBC and left nothing to chance when he refused to drink a bottle of water during the press conference after the fight.
Fury had not yet undergone drug testing when he sat down to ask questions from the media, so he decided to refuse a bottle of water because of the fear that it might have been enriched with a prohibited substance.
Trusted coach and former WBO middleweight champion Andy Lee handed the plastic bottle to Fury, and after asking where it came from, the Brit shook his head and refused the offer.
The straight-line heavyweight champion claimed an emphatic victory by beating his opponent in the third and third round, dominating from the first bell until Wilder’s team intervened.
And Fury wanted to be sure that nothing came into his system that could deliver an excellent win over the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Tyson Fury celebrates with the WBC and Ring Magazine belts after beating Deontay Wilder
Fury throws a cheeky body shot on Wilder floor during the fifth round in Las Vegas