The Gypsy King, who is known for his extravagant wardrobe and larger than life personality, released images of a suit with the words, ‘You Big Dosser’ covering it.
A possible attempt at mind games against his opponent Wilder, with the term coined since their first meeting back in December 2018.
Designers at Claudio Lugli have revealed that the 31-year-old’s intentions were to get into Wilder's head and gain an advantage before the pair meet on 22 February.
“The idea of the suit is to throw Wilder off his game,” said Navid, who along with Omid Salimian are the men behind the brand.
They are hoping that they can play their part in helping deliver the victory for Fury, “We’re there to give Tyson that extra five percent confidence.”
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It’s not uncommon for sportspeople to take a stance with their attire, with the Notorious Conor McGregor clobbering himself with a suit reading “F*** You’ all over it ahead of his big-money crossover bout with Floyd Mayweather.
It has been a rather entertaining build-up to their meeting in Las Vegas, with the press conference highlighting that there is no bad blood lost between them.
Full of close-calls and confrontations, the behaviour of the two fighters has resulted in the decision to not allow the pair to face off at the weigh-in in hope to not risk any further trouble.
Both Fury and Wilder are hoping for a winner to be decided this time around, with their first meeting in 2018 resulting in a draw.
'The Gypsy King' and 'The Bronze Bomber' will collide once again at the MGM Grand Arena on February 22nd, with the winner of the match surely determining the best heavyweight of this generation.News Now - Sport News