The Bronze Bomber has failed to beat Fury in any of their previous three fights, with the first ending in a draw at the Staples Centre.
Second time round, Fury beat the American with a seventh-round KO at the MGM Grand, with the duo’s last fight coming in October last year at the T-Mobile Arena which saw Fury win by knockout again, this time in round 11.
Fury’s post on Instagram comes days after the 34-year-old stated he would not be fighting Antony Joshua after his fellow British boxer failed to meet Fury’s deadline of Monday 5pm earlier this week.
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After Joshua made his own video last week stating: “Of course I’m going to sign the contract,” with the fight being in the hands of a legal team, Fury ruled the fight out.
The heavyweight boxer said: “Well guys, it’s official. D-day has come and gone. It’s gone past five o’clock, Monday. No contract has been signed. It’s officially over for Joshua. He is now out in the cold with the wolfpack. Forget about it.”
Fury continued: “Idiot, coward, s***house… and a body builder. Always knew it. Always knew you didn’t have the minerals to fight the Gypsy King. Regardless of what the f*** you say now, I don’t really care. Good luck with your career, and your life. End of. Peace out.”
Deontay Wilder wants fourth fight with Tyson Fury
The bout being ruled out now does potentially open the door for a fourth fight between Fury and Wilder.
Speaking to Sky Sports on Wednesday, Wilder claimed: “I think that there’s definitely a chance of a fourth fight again,” to which the Gypsy King replied on his Instagram story
Tyson Fury’s six-word response to Deontay Wilder’s fourth fight chat
Fury’s response simply read: “Man looking for another a** whooping.”
Tyson Fury reacts to Deontay Wilder wanting a fourth fight with him… pic.twitter.com/Xubkvs7J0I— Michael Benson (@MichaelBensonn) September 28, 2022
Wilder’s last fight came against Fury however, no potential fight is scheduled to take place this year as Wilder prepares for his clash against Finnish heavyweight Robert Helenius, which takes place on October 15.
As for Fury, he has already fought this year after two-year stint away from the ring since beating Wilder.
In April, Fury beat the “Body Snatcher” Dillian Whyte at Wembley, retaining his WBC World Heavyweight championship belt.
Whyte has recently spoken about Fury.
He told Sky Sports: “He (Fury) definitely needs to chill out. Some of the ways he does negotiating business, it’s all social media and shouting, screaming and calling people big dossers. I’m not an Anthony Joshua fan as well, I don’t really like both of them.”