Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3: Comparison of pre-fight messages goes viral


As we all know by now, when it comes to Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder, their styles are very, very different. And that's outside of the ring, as well as inside of it.

Well we've had further proof of how different the two are in their latest videos for their trilogy fight taking place next weekend.

After seemingly hearing what the American had to say about the upcoming bout, Fury simply had quite a brutal reply for his opponent.

The Bronze Bomber had said: "I'm gonna be short, sweet and simple. This fight right here, you better be preparing. You better train your butt off as if your life depends on it, because your life depends on it. Don't go up missing."

Fury, however, had his own short, sweet and simple reply for Wilder, but he did it in his own special way.

The Gypsy King simply said: "I'm going to smash your f****** face in, you prick, how's that for a f****** message?"

There has been plenty of twists and turns regarding Fury and Wilder's trilogy fight, but it seems like we're finally ready for it to take place next Saturday.

Talks about a third fight began soon after their second fight last year. However, due to several issues, nothing materialised and Fury turned his attention to fellow Brit Anthony Joshua.

A fight between the two in Saudi Arabia was scheduled for August of this year, but an arbitration judged ruled that Fury would have to fight Wilder first. 

The bout was initially scheduled for July 24, but got postponed due to cases of COVID-19 in Fury's camp.

Read more: Fury vs Wilder 3: Date, Tickets, Live Stream, Betting, Venue, Location, Stats And Everything You Need To Know



As of now, the fight is set to take place on October 9 and the chances of it being rescheduled are highly unlikely.

Fury has been labeled the favourite to win once again, but Wilder should not be written off due to his power and experience.

The Bronze Bomber will be determined to avenge last year's defeat and become the first individual to defeat Fury. 

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