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TYSON FURY is gearing up for his huge rematch with Deontay Wilder, who has revealed he broke his hand when facing the Gypsy King in 2018.

Yet, Fury is keeping his options open regarding the remaining fights in his Top Rank contract.

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    Well last night’s press conference between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury was more pantomime than pay-per-view.

    The presser started off with a face-off, where Fury labelled the Bronze Bomber as a “midget”, with the Gypsy King then being shoved across the stage.

    After things calmed down, the duo once again reiterated they will each win by knockout.

    While they also stated that they will both be coming into Saturday’s fight heavy.

    Prior to the presser, promoter Bob Arum declared WBC mandatory Dillian Whyte WILL face the winner of the weekend’s clash after their trilogy fight.

    He said: “Whyte is a good fighter. He'll get his shot down the road.

    “Whyte, if he keeps fighting and winning, should be next after the trilogy occurs. That would be appropriate.

    “Everybody knows there is a three-fight deal and the loser may pull the plug. But Whyte should be next.”

    Elsewhere, talks between Anthony Joshua and IBF mandatory Kubrat Pulev are still being discussed.

    A fight between the two is planned for the summer, with the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to potentially host the event.


    The presser got off to fireworks with the duo exchanged in heated words before Wilder shoved Fury across the stage

    Things eventually calmed down, with both fighters again promising they will win by knockout.

    They also stated that they will be both coming into the ring heavy.

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  • There will be NO face-off after Bob Arum interjected during the presser and said there won't be one.

  • Fury: “Fight's going to be an amazing fight. If it's anything like it's been today, its going to be amazing.”

    Wilder: “It's the final countdown here. We want to give you guys the best of us.

    “After the fight we're going to be able to come together and give each other hugs and say well done.

    “This is the moment we've all been waiting for. I can't wait for it.”

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