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Deontay Wilder on Tyson Fury: ‘He’s a f***** cheater’

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By Max Schramm: Deontay Wilder isn’t worried about having to display his full arsenal of talent in his trilogy fight with WBC heavyweight belt holder Tyson Fury on October 9th because he sees him as a simple “cheater.

The former WBC champion Wilder (42-1-1, 41 KOs) maintains that to beat a “cheater” like Fury (30-0-1, 21 KOs), he only needs to do “half” of what he otherwise would if he were fighting a talented heavyweight.

Wilder and his coach Malik Scott aren’t giving away the game plan for the third fight with the 6’9″ British heavyweight Fury, but we’ve seen glimpses of what the American could employ on October 9th in his workout clips.

Deontay wants to hammer Fury to his soft middle, throw combinations and force him to use his long stilted legs to follow him around.

As far as Wilder’s view of Fury being a “cheater” goes, he thinks that he hit him with illegal rabbit punches last time they fought in 2020 and that something with up with his floppy gloves.

Deontay ready for retribution

“I only got to do half of that; he ain’t good. I only got to do half of that; he ain’t what people think. He a f**** cheater,” said Deontay Wilder to PBC about Tyson Fury.

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If Wilder is concerned about Fury cheating and getting away with it from a passive/useless referee, he needs to go after him right away before he’s hurt him last time.

Wilder was done for all intents and purposes after getting clipped with a rabbit punch in the third round by Fury in their rematch in February 2020.

If Fury is going to try and win by any means necessary, you’ve got to expect him to throw the rule books out the window and rough Wilder up again like last time.

“The minimum I can do for my brother is to be his head trainer and help him get his title back to become two-time heavyweight champion,” said Malik Scott to PBC on him helping out Deontay regain his WBC title.

“I’m very passionate about the job for so many reasons. He’s made quantum leaps so far in training camp,” Scott said about Wilder.

“He’s sacrificed a lot, and he’s doing things I’ve never seen him do repetitiously, drill-wise, not just subconsciously, not just from a hopping standpoint of view,” said Malik about Deontay.

Wilder’s mindset is “Kill, Kill, Kill”

“I’m proud that we’re about to be a two-time heavyweight champion of the world. I have no doubt about it all, not even a little bit of doubt.

“You’ve seen in the day we sparred. It’s pretty violent, and if it’s not violent and he’s taking his foot off the gas, I’m making sure he’s staying in that mindset because it’s kill, kill, kill—relentless energy on him.

“His [Wilder] mindset is to get it back in blood, and I support that 100%,” said Malik. “Deontay Wilder, as I said before when he punches guys, he tries to punch through them to send them to the next dimension.

“I advise all heavyweights that if you fight him, you should do the same as well because he has bad intentions of hurting you,” Scott said of Wilder.

It sounds scary what Malik is describing Wilder. If Fury isn’t ready for a war on October 9th, he’s not going to last more than a round or two against this ANGRY version of Deontay.

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