Deontay Wilder claims Tyson Fury should ‘burn in HELL’ as he accuses him of Covid-19 lie

Deontay Wilder claims Tyson Fury should ‘burn in HELL’ as he accuses him of Covid-19 lie


Deontay Wilder claims Tyson Fury should ‘burn in HELL’ as he accuses his heavyweight rival of ‘sickening’ lie about having Covid-19 to get their trilogy battle postponed

  • Deontay Wilder has reiterated he believes Tyson Fury lied about having Covid-19
  • Their trilogy showdown was pushed again to October after Fury’s optimistic take a look at 
  • Wilder mentioned Fury’s ‘lie’ sickens him and that he should ‘burn in hell’ for it 


Deontay Wilder has claimed Tyson Fury should ‘burn in hell’ as he doubled down on his accusations that the Gypsy King lied about having Covid-19 to get their trilogy battle postponed.

The heavyweight rivals have been scheduled to fulfill on July 24 however Fury and a number of other members of his coaching camp examined optimistic for Covid-19, inflicting the battle to be delayed. 

Fury and Wilder will now renew their rivalry in Las Vegas on October 9, with the Brit’s WBC world heavyweight title on the road.

Deontay Wilder has accused Tyson Fury again of lying about having Covid to delay their fight

Deontay Wilder has accused Tyson Fury once more of mendacity about having Covid to delay their battle

Wilder, who has additionally accused Fury of dishonest to beat him in their rematch over 18 months in the past, has reiterated his perception that his foe fabricated he had Covid in efforts to keep away from having to face him.

The heavy-hitting American is adamant Fury will discover each avenue to evade their scheduled battle and demanded this week he be awarded the WBC world strap and his full pay cheque if the Manchester heavyweight pulls out.

A livid Wilder informed 78SPORTSTV: ‘I’m simply drained of the lies. That’s all it’s, lies.

‘That’s what I imagine. And loads of different individuals do too – the entire world believes it is nothing however lies.

The heavyweight rivals are set to meet in a rearranged trilogy fight in Las Vegas on October 9

The heavyweight rivals are set to fulfill in a rearranged trilogy battle in Las Vegas on October 9

‘And it actually sickens me to listen to that as a result of so many individuals have died of COVID.

‘People I do know have had relations to die of it. To hear others utilizing this as an excuse to get out of one thing is simply horrible man.’

He continued: ‘May they burn in hell for that. Especially for one thing like this. Because the dude mentioned he had COVID, then the subsequent minute you see him in so many various locations. It’s simply ridiculous.

‘He’s been attempting to run away from me since July of final yr. He’s paid tons of of 1000’s of {dollars} to attempt to keep away from me.

‘They got here up with so many excuses to attempt to keep away from me. They contradict themselves so many various occasions and it is simply ridiculous at this level.

‘You have to put up or shut up.’ 

Fury had to pull out of their initial July 24 date after he and some of his camp tested positive

Fury needed to pull out of their preliminary July 24 date after he and a few of his camp examined optimistic

Wilder first claimed back in July that Fury fabricated he had Covid to avoid fighting him

Wilder first claimed again in July that Fury fabricated he had Covid to keep away from combating him

Fury was initially in talks to face Anthony Joshua earlier than their undisputed showdown collapsed when Wilder gained his arbitration case to safe a 3rd battle with the Brit.

There are hopes that battle might be revived if Fury and Joshua can each get via their world title defences efficiently towards Wilder and Oleksandr Usyk.  

WBC world champion Fury has promised to do his bit, sending a violent warning to Wilder forward of their blockbuster third battle.

‘What’s going to occur is I’m going to run throughout the ring and knock the f*** out of Deontay Wilder. I’m going to plaster him,’ he mentioned final week.

‘I’m going to be like a plasterer on the night time, plastering partitions. 

‘I’m going to splatter him in the ring. He’s getting knocked out for positive, 100 per cent. It was a simple battle the second time, and it will be a good simpler time the third time. I’m knocking him out inside fast time.’

The Brit has vowed to knock out Wilder quicker than he did in their rematch last February

The Brit has vowed to knock out Wilder faster than he did in their rematch final February

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