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Deontay Wilder & Tyson Fury.

Footage emerges of Deontay Wilder mocking Tyson Fury during fight with Francesco Pianeta

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Showtime Sports have released episode one of an all access behind-the-scenes documentary on Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury.

The critically acclaimed series peels back the curtain on the lives and training camps of both fighters and gives fight fans unseen footage from Wilder’s ringside seat when watching Fury’s second comeback bout against Francesco Pianeta at Windsor Park in Belfast.

The two juggernauts will put their undefeated records on the line and duke it out for the WBC title on December 1 at Staples Center in Los Angeles.

The titanic clash will be Fury’s third fight back since returning to the ring in June after a near three-year hiatus where he battled mental health issues and was banned for doping by UKAD.

Wilder, 32, has yet to face a worthy adversary despite being undefeated in 40 fights and is relishing the challenge to knock out ‘The Gypsy King.’

Fury, 29, has lost over 10 stone in 18 months and looks in the best condition of his career-to-date, while his American counterpart has trained mercilessly and is determined to continue his streak of knocking out every man he has ever shared a ring with.

In episode one of the Showtime docuseries, Wilder can be seen screaming at Fury from his front row seat in Belfast whilst watching his rival take on Italian ace Pianeta, pleading with the 6ft 9 giant to show him more.

“Show me something, baby. Show me something!” bellowed Wilder. (Scroll to 03:00 in the below video to see for yourself)

It’s evident that ‘The Bronze Bomber’ has little respect for the two opponents Fury defeated on his comeback trail and would have liked the Mancunian to deliver a knock out blow and show him exactly what he’s got himself into on December 1.

The fight of the year is less than two weeks away with both warriors winding down their brutal training camps and focusing more on the tactical side to the sport.

Come December 1, fight fans will witness the ultimate clash of styles with a potential April 13 clash with unified heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua awaiting the victor.

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