DEONTAY WILDER once again blasts Tyson Fury as a ‘cheater’ in a behind the scenes training clip.
The American is in the final stages of his preparations to scrap his trilogy against the Gypsy King in Las Vegas this weekend.
He’s a man on a mission, desperate to retrieve his WBC heavyweight belt that Fury ripped off him in February 2020.
After throwing Wilder’s corner in the towel after a seven-round fight, the bronze bomber gave several excuses as to why he lost.
One was that his ring-walk outfit was ‘too heavy’ and the other was a ridiculous allegation that his coach Mark Breland had ‘blown his waters’.
The respected Breland has vehemently denied those allegations.
Wilder also cast a shadow over Team Fury, accusing them of covert tactics to secure a stoppage victory.
He has reiterated that belief just days before his shot of redemption.
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talking to PBC, Wilder said: “All I have to do is make him half. He’s no good, I just have to do half of him. He’s not what people think. He’s a ***** cheater.”
“I feel great. I have a great team, everyone is on an agreement. And when you have a team that is on an agreement it seems the instructions have become even more clear.
“And it’s like how can you go wrong when there are so many people on the same page and looking for perfection.
“You’ll never be perfect, but that doesn’t mean you can’t practice and here we are, practicing to make perfect, so when I get in the ring no questions asked, no going back Will fix old habits and the work we are doing in this camp.
“My hand will be raised high in the sky, and not because I kicked his ass 12 times, but because I knocked him down.”
Wilder also indicated that Fury had a ‘foreign object’ in his glove in his second fight – adding that this was the reason for the huge lump that formed on his head.
He also claims that Britain’s gloves did not have proper padding, causing them to suffer further damage.
Team Fury has of course denied any wrongdoing, with the Gypsy King laughing at Wilder’s wild claims.