Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder are fighting in the ring this weekend, but the pair is also competing to be the best dressed fighter ahead of their trilogy bout.
Over the years, as the pair have clashed with each other at press conferences, they have both managed to cut stylish figures.
Fury has been known to attend press events in bespoke suits, and he has continued that trend for Farve v Wilder III.
It’s a far cry when the Gypsy King, of course, wore a Batman costume in the build-up to his bout against Wladimir Klitschko.
But, thanks to the help of his tailor Claudio Lugli, Fury’s outfit has become a center piece in the making of the fights.
Recently, Fury donned a two piece that featured his own image of him sitting on a throne wearing a crown.
Whereas, before the second fight he wore a suit that had messages about mental health
Wilder, himself, has added more wearing sportswear this time around. But, he’s still making sure he matches Fury when it comes to jewelry steaks.
dress to impress
Along with the flashy suit, Fury is also fond of wearing slippers with his suit, which also includes a gold pair.
Not wanting to overtake an unbeaten Britain, Wilder marched back to MGM in 2020 to impress.
The 35-year-old arrived at the event wearing a fur-collared leather coat, with a gold chain and medal hanging around his neck.
A watch adorned with gold was also proudly shown by American, along with a gold ring and jazzy, pointy shoes to prove that he really is the king of bling.
On Monday, Fury spoke with British media in a £375 Versace dressing gown about Wilder’s reluctance to speak at a previous press conference.
“I don’t care what they do. I have no business. I keep my own business and I really don’t care what that big Dodger does, nothing,” told Sky Sports.
“I don’t care what he does. If he talks or doesn’t. It doesn’t matter to me. Mind games don’t work with me anyway.”
Fury also warns Wilder that no matter how prepared he is for the fight, the outcome will still be the same.
He said: “I don’t think it matters, what he does, because it’s not about him, it’s about me, what I do. It doesn’t matter if he walks around the ring in a circle.” Runs towards, if he throws forward.
“It doesn’t matter. When we’re there, I adjust to whatever happens at night and what he’s going to do.
“Winning is winning. An inch or a mile. I’ll take a knockout or I’ll win a point. It doesn’t matter, as long as you win, you move on to the next one.”