Boxing: Tyson Fury finally hits back at Deontay Wilder's recent accusations


Tyson Fury thinks that Deontay Wilder has “lost his marbles” as the former WBC Champion continues to state that there’s a conspiracy behind his defeat to Fury back in February of this year.

The 'Bronze Bomber' lost his WBC title to 'The Gypsy King' when he was defeated in the Las Vegas rematch, as he was knocked down twice before his corner threw in the towel in the seventh round.

Wilder had made a series of excuses as to why he lost to Fury in their rematch after the pair drew in their first bout.

Straight after the fight, Wilder blamed the costume he wore for his ring walk – stating that it was to heavy thereby causing him to fatigue – while he suffered a bicep injury during the bout which was later rumoured to have happened beforehand, which meant Wilder was clashing with Fury carrying an injury.

Fury has been accused of having extra weights in his gloves, with Wilder stating an "egg-weight" left a dent on his head.

Last weekend, Wilder made another claim after a few months of silence on the matter, this time accusing Fury of tampering with the American’s gloves and suggesting his water had been spiked.

Fury has often avoided responding to these claims made by Wilder, however, on TalkSPORT Fight Night, Fury had this to say about Wilder: “I think he's lost his marbles.

"First it was the suit, then it was the bicep injury, then his trainer was on our team, then the referee was against him, then I had weights in my gloves, now someone's spiked his water.”

Fury was also asked about their planned trilogy fight, and 'The Gypsy King' had this to say: “The original date was July 18.


“That didn’t happen because he had an injury so it got put back three months to October, then that didn’t happen because they were trying to get a venue.

“And then they had three dates in December – 5th, 12th, 19th – which I agreed to all them and obviously that didn’t’ happen.

“So, I’m not going to wait around forever.”

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