Tyson Fury bizarrely calls bitter rival Deontay Wilder a ‘big SAUSAGE’ as he sends the Bronze Bomber an expletive-ridden message on his return to the gym since Covid diagnosis postponed their huge trilogy fight
- Tyson Fury has returned to the gym for the first time since contracting Covid-19
- The Gypsy King has to postponed his July 24 clash with Wilder to October 9
- Wilder accused Fury of lying about coronavirus in order to get out of the fight
- Fury revealed he is ‘coming for the big, useless dosser’ as his training resumes
Tyson Fury has hit out at ‘big sausage’ and ‘s***house’ Deontay Wilder as the Gypsy King returned to the gym for the first time since his coronavirus diagnosis.
Fury and Wilder were set to meet for their trilogy fight last month but a coronavirus diagnosis for the British boxer following an outbreak in his camp force a delay to the contest until October 9.
Wilder has since accused Fury of lying about having the virus in order to put off the idea of completing the fight, but the Morecambe-born boxer has revealed he is back in the gym and is ‘coming for the big, useless dosser’.
Tyson Fury has returned to the gym for the first time since his coronavirus diagnosis
Fury (left) had to postponed the July 24 clash with Wilder (left) due to getting coronavirus
Speaking about Wilder in an Instagram story video, Fury said: ‘Another morning in the gym. I’m coming for the big dosser, the big useless dosser, the excuse maker.
‘The big man who is not of carat, you big sausage. You big s***house.’
Wilder did respond to Fury’s claims by captioning the story ‘you are a w*****’ but the post has since been deleted.
The trilogy fight was postponed on July 8 when the outbreak in Fury’s camp was revealed, but the Gypsy King sparked outrage after he was spotted in several public Las Vegas locations just days after the bout was postponed.
Fury angered fans by appearing in Las Vegas just days after his virus diagnosis was revealed
On July 14, Fury was seen at Royal Exotic Cars Shop in Las Vegas and then a casino, though it is not known when Fury first tested positive for the virus.
When the clash was first postponed, Wilder reacted with anger to Fury’s Covid diagnosis, telling his manager Shelly Finkel: ‘Again now, he did wrong and I’m the one being penalised.’
And when their fight should have taken place in late July, Wilder claimed Fury and his camp were pushing ‘the COVID-19 lie’ that forced the postponement.
‘Yo bro, @malikkingscott (coach) say it ain’t so… Not the COVID-19 lie… They’re going to hell for that one!!! Oct 9th can not come any faster,’ the Bronze Bomber wrote alongside a video of himself hitting pads with his trainer Malik Scott.
Wilder accused Fury of ‘lying’ about testing positive for coronavirus alongside a training video
Fury has since hit back at his rival on Twitter, labelling him a ‘real piece of work’ and a ‘p****’
But Fury hit back at both Wilder and Scott on Twitter last week, posting: ‘This man is a real piece of work. A real bully excuse maker.
‘Not a warrior or a man at all. Beat the mug 2 times. I’ve battered him and his trainer. But still talking s***. Real p*****s.’
Fury and Wilder first faced off in December 2018 but the clash resulted in a controversial split decision draw that the Gypsy King is adamant that he won.
The Morecambe-born boxer then won a Las Vegas rematch in February of last year to win the WBC and vacant Ring Magazine heavyweight titles.
Fury (right) won the second fight between the pair in February 2020 after the first was a draw
Fury was due to take on Anthony Joshua in an all-British unification fight that would have brought all five heavyweight belts together – but a court ruled that the 32-year-old must face Wilder in a trilogy fight as a mandatory challenger.
Joshua has since found a new challenge in Ukrainian boxer Oleksandr Usyk, who the 31-year-old will face at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on September 25.
However, Joshua may have to wait another round of boxing contests to take on Fury to determine the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world as Briton Joe Joyce was confirmed as the mandatory WBO challenger to face the winner of the Usyk clash.