Wilder expecting Fury to 'cheat' during heavyweight trilogy bout

Deontay Wilder expecting Tyson Fury to ‘CHEAT’ during trilogy bout as he blasts Gypsy King for failing to get him ‘out on loaded gloves’ as he continues his claims of tampering in their previous fights

  • Deontay Wilder is fighting heavyweight foe Tyson Fury for a third time on July 24
  • They drew the first bout before Wilder lost his WBC crown in the second bout
  • Wilder has accused Fury of cheating several times already after the two fights 

Deontay Wilder has continued his war of words with Tyson Fury by pre-empting that he will cheat during their heavyweight trilogy bout.

The bitter rivals are meeting for a third time on July 24 with Wilder looking to avenge his first-ever professional defeat after losing his WBC belt to Fury on February 22, 2020.

The Bronze Bomber was stopped in the seventh round of that encounter and has since thrown many accusations of cheating at Fury’s way.

Deontay Wilder (right) says he expects Tyson Fury to cheat during their trilogy bout this month

The heavyweight foes are meeting for a third time with Wilder looking to avenge losing to Fury

And speaking ahead of this month’s trilogy, Wilder blasted his British foe expecting him to ‘cheat’ once more.

‘You think he ain’t gonna try to cheat this time?’ he told 78SPORTSTV.

‘Oh they’re thinking, they’re coming up with a master plan.

‘But my thing to him – man, you couldn’t even get me out on loaded gloves and the conditions I was under.

‘You couldn’t knock me out, you didn’t knock me out.’

Fury demolished the Bronze Bomber to take his WBC heavyweight crown in February last year

This outburst follows the American’s previous character assessments at Fury.

On October 31, 2020 he stated his belief that Fury put ‘something the size and shape of an egg-weight’ in his gloves, which left a dent in his head.

This was followed accusations that Ricky Hatton, who was in Fury’s corner for their first clash – which was a draw, of moving the Gypsy King’s gloves mid-fight to reduce the padding around his fists.

He also laid into his former trainer Mark Breland, with whom he has since parted ways with, labelling him ‘disloyal’, and in a separate interview made claims that he felt he may have spiked his water. Breland threw in the towel during the seventh round of the fight against Fury after his man suffered a torrid beating. 

Wilder alleged that Ricky Hatton ‘pulled down’ Fury’s glove during their first bout in 2018

He claimed that Fury’s gloves were adjusted, causing him to tear his ear in the second fight




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