ANGRY Tyson Fury vows to end Deontay Wilder’s career over foul play rumors
By Jim Maltzman: An angry Tyson Fury came out today to address the glove-tampering rumors from his last fight against Deontay Wilder last February. The conspiracy rumors say that Fury (30-0-1, 21 KOs) had tampered gloves for his rematch with former WBC heavyweight champion Wilder (42-1-1, 41 KOs) on February 22 this year, a fight in which Deontay was knocked out in the seventh round.
In several Youtube sites over the weekend, there was talk of Wilder having a significant dent in the left side of his head. They say that Wilder’s brother Marsellos Wilder confirms this.
Fury states that Wilder’s trainer Jay Deas and the Nevada State Athletic Commission watched him have his hands taped for the fight, and they never left the room during this time.
Fury is upset, and he says he’s going to END Wilder’s career in their still unscheduled trilogy match later this year by knocking him out. That would be Wilder’s second consecutive knockout loss, and Fury feels that he would retire after the defeat.
Tyson Fury Addressing the foul play calls!!!!!
“This is a quick video to address this foul play talk from Deontay Wilder and his team,” said Fury on his Instagram in addressing the tampered glove conspiracy rumors.
“I just read an article saying that I might have had a blunt object in my gloves. Yeah, two nine stone, two hundred and seventy-five-pound destroyers in each glove. So yeah, getting cuffed in the temple, it may do that to you.
“But not unless Deontay Wilder’s trainer Jay Deas is in on the conspiracy as well, along with all the Las Vegas [Nevada] State Commission guys that never left the room. Jay Deas was in the room while I was having my hands wrapped, and he examined them.
“He was in there when I had my gloves put on, and examined them. And everyone else was in the room and didn’t leave. We all know this. So for everybody sighting foul play, bull-s***, and the next time, I’ll put a dent in his boxing career and end it because it’ll be two knockout losses in a row. Bye-bye forever,” said Fury.
There’s no chance of Fury’s win over Wilder being changed in the record books to a no contest, as many of Deontay’s boxing fans would like. Fury already says that Wilder’s trainer Jay Deas and the Nevada Commission witnessed him having his hands wrapped, and presumably, they checked his gloves as well.
There would be no chance for Fury to slip in a foreign object into his gloves once he left the dressing room.
Wilder needs to speak up
‘The Bronze Bomber’ Deontay Wilder has been keeping a low profile since his loss to Fury, and that’s enabled the conspiracy theorists to run amok with their theories for why he was knocked out.
Wilder would be doing a world of good if he came out and told the conspiracy theorists that there’s no truth to Fury having loaded gloves and that he lost to him fair and square. The third fight between Fury and Wilder doesn’t need the taint from the rumors of loads gloves to ruin the build-up and atmosphere for the match.
If Fury does knockout Wilder, it’s going to be hard for ‘The Bronze Bomber’ to come back from the defeat. Losing twice in a row to Fury by KO, it could be the end of Wilder’s career as a major player in boxing.
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