Bloodthirsty Tyson Fury plans to feast on Deontay Wilder’s plasma again after he weighed 11 pounds at 19 – the heaviest of his career.
The 33-year-old WBC heavyweight champion from England completely dominated the scales on the 19th 7lbs for the final clash and packed on almost 4lbs to reach 277lbs for the trilogy bout.
Wilder did just that by packing on more muscle to hit the heaviest 17th of his career.
When the 33-year-old Gypsy King shook up the game by dismantling his old defensive skills and knocking out Wilder in the February 7, 2020 round, he was grown up and looked sensational.
And he is once again ready to slam one foot on the Las Vegas gas and the other on the neck of the American.
Recalling the iconic moment of licking Wilder’s blood coming out of his mouth and ear the last time, he roars: “I told him before the fight that I wanted to taste his blood and I did.
“It’s only made me thirsty more.
“My weight means total oblivion and destruction, 277lbs to put him in the royal hospital.”
Twig-legged Wilder, 35, was a career-heavy 16th 7lbs for the first loss of his once-prolific KO artist career.
Betting Specials: Get 30/1 on Fury or 50/1 on Wilder for Heavyweight Boxing Clash
That night was a disaster but it piled up even more instead of taking the bulk back.
Wilder said, “I wanted to look sexy and feel sexy, he wouldn’t be able to put all his weight on me anymore.
“The weight came off naturally and we had a loving, blissful camp.”
The pair clashed backstage at the MGM arena, swapping insults inside the building.
The two men shouted “F*** your Mamma” before Fury’s younger brother Shane got into an abuse match with a member of the Bomb Squad.
Big Shane was heard shouting: “Pieces of you***, you’re sparking. F*** you.”
And when a member of Team Wilder shouted back the insult related to Shane’s curves, he barked: “I’ll tell you what a fat guy can do to you, tear you to pieces***y!”
Fury’s unfamiliar black fedora hat also made a little more sense when a social media message from wrestling legend The Undertaker was posted.
The American veteran asked his compatriots to lay the floor before Fury stood over him and uttered his famous catchphrase: “Rest in peace.”
Click here for Live Updates on Fury Vs Wilder 3