Watch: Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder Gets into a Heated Brawl Ahead of the Rematch

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We are days ahead of the long-awaited rematch between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder. The excitement among the fans for this monumental event is at its highest. And the final press conference before the fight has just ignited a wildfire among the fans. The two heavyweights got into a heated altercation during the faceoff. However,…

We are days ahead of the long-awaited rematch between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder. The excitement among the fans for this monumental event is at its highest. And the final press conference before the fight has just ignited a wildfire among the fans.

The two heavyweights got into a heated altercation during the faceoff. However, before things got out of control they were separated by the securities present at the stage side.

After throwing verbal jabs at each other during the faceoff, Wilder had enough and he pushed Fury. Well, the Gypsy King never backs down from a fight and he returned the favor to Wilder by pushing him even harder. Fury even mocked Wilder saying that he went flying like a featherweight when he pushed him.

Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder: Who gets the job done

The first encounter was one of the most epic battles in the heavyweight history of boxing. Fury outboxed Wilder for the majority of the fight. However, Wilder had a humongous moment when he dropped Fury in round 12. Well, to top that the Gypsy King got up from the devastating knockdown, shocking the world.

Well, the fans can not wait for the rematch as it promises to be yet another classic. Tyson Fury has claimed that he is going to knock out Deontay Wilder in round 2. And we all know what to expect from the Bronze bomber.

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There are some X factors going into the rematch. Wilder had his hand hurt going into the first encounter and it’s safe to say that we did not see the best Deontay Wilder that night. On the other hand, Tyson Fury has made some notable changes in his training camp and how those changes affect his performance is going to be interesting to watch.

Going into the rematch the Gypsy King seems to be the favorite even if not by a large margin. However, Wilder needs seconds to finish the fight. So counting out Wilder might not be a good idea. The only thing that can be assured is that it is going to be fireworks when Fury and Wilder face each other again in the ring.

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