Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3: Gypsy King shows off hilarious new corner stool


There is just nothing quite like major heavyweight boxing.

It is undoubtedly the glamour division of the sport, with most of the biggest superstars to ever swing a fist doing so at heavyweight.

After a lengthy drought, due to niggly politics and the pandemic, the division roared back into life as Oleksandr Usyk upset the odds to beat Anthony Joshua in London.

Now, only weeks later, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder are gearing up to face each other in a titanic trilogy bout in Nevada.

It promises to be the biggest fight of the year as the two heavyweight titans look to settle the score once and for all.

Their first bout, way back in 2018 ended, in a controversial draw before Fury battered Wilder from pillar to post in their second.


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Fury put on a boxing clinic as he overwhelmed his hard-hitting rival to force a seventh round stoppage to the February 2020 fight.

Wilder then embarked on a furious campaign to lay the blame at the feet of just about anything and  anyone he could in a bid to avoid admitting he was bested by the better man.

Deontay Wilder forces trilogy fight 

Eventually, his belly-aching got him what he wanted as an arbitration ruling forced Fury into a trilogy bout.


Now, after their originally July date was postponed due to a Covid outbreak in the Fury camp, the pair are only days away from coming to blows once again.

As you would expect, the self-proclaimed Gypsy King is doing everything he can to get the psychological edge over his opponent and his latest effort might be one of his best mind-tricks yet.

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Tyson Fury’s new stool

In a bid to have as many reminders of Wilder’s humbling in 2020, Fury has had a customised stool made up specially for the fight.

The stool is emblazoned with an image of Wilder taking a monster blow in their second fight underneath the term, “Big Dosser”.


Despite a disrupted build up, fury is odds on favourite to defend his tile at the T-Mobile Arena.

However, if recent ebvents have taught us anything about the heavyweight division, it is that the ‘favourite’ tag means very little once you step between the ropes. 

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