Pasta la vista Tyson Fury vows to KO ‘spaghetti hoop man’ Deontay Wilder as rivals square up in New York in build-up to blockbuster bout

The two heavyweight giants will settle their differences inside the ring on December 1 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles

03 October 2018 - 08:39

HEAVYWEIGHT duo Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury were embroiled in a heated face-to-face in New York as the build-up to their bout continues.

Both men promised a knockout victory in their December 1 fight in Los Angeles as tensions boiled over once against between the pair.

Deontay Wilder got in Tyson Fury's face during the press conference in New York

 Wilder, 32, is defending his WBC title against the Gypsy King on December 1
 
Wilder, 32, is defending his WBC title against the Gypsy King on December 1
 Fury, 30, is looking to be the first man to beat Wilder in the paid ranks
 
Fury, 30, is looking to be the first man to beat Wilder in the paid ranks

 

Just like in their press conference in England yesterday, the two unbeaten boxers launched a tirade of abuse at each other ahead of their WBC title clash.

At one point the Bronze Bomber rubbed his forehead all over Fury's face as tempers flared at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum.

Speaking during the presser, Wilder said: "People want to see knockouts and I deliver that each and every time. I promise you I'm going to knock out the gypsy king. TIMBER!"

To which Fury, 30, responded by saying: "I want to thank everybody for turning up. And even Deontay knows to sit down in the presence of greatness.
 Both men are promising a knockout victory at the Staples Center in Los Angeles
 
Both men are promising a knockout victory at the Staples Center in Los Angeles
 Brit heavyweight Fury insists the Bronze Bomber doesn't stand a chance against him
 
Brit heavyweight Fury insists the Bronze Bomber doesn't stand a chance against him
 Fury and Wilder will have their third press conference in Los Angeles tomorrow
 
Fury and Wilder will have their third press conference in Los Angeles tomorrow

"He can't box, he's knocked bums out, he fights tomato cans who can't fight back. He's not going to land one of those windmills on my chin.

"His a*** is going to fall out. How am I going to let this skinny little spaghetti hoop man beat me? I didn't come here to be embarrassed by this little runt."

Wilder, 32, added: "I dared him to come back for this very moment. I want him to have confidence and high energy.

"His face will get smashed up and his body will be on the pavement. He's so nervous right now."

Fury had the last say in New York, as he said: "I'm a crazy man. I want a war with this little plum. I want to break his ribs. I'm going to make this bum quit.

"Does he even think they give lineal heavyweight championships away? This man has never fought a champion. And this idiot thinks he's going to beat something.

"You all know he works for me right? He's a dosser, carries my bags around. Last note, I'm going to knock this bum spark out. And you heard it here first."

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