Tyson Fury insults Wilder ahead of Chisora bout

Tyson Fury has a must-win boxing match against Derek Chisora on Saturday. The ‘Gypsy King’ has already beaten his compatriot twice.

His first win came by unanimous decision in 2011 and the second was due to Chisora’s corner retirement in the tenth round.

The two men, who maintain a good relationship, will face each other in a bout which will take place at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London and will be attended by Oleksandr Usyk.

According to the WBC, Fury will then have to take on the winner of the fight between Deontay Wilder and Andy Ruiz. However, the ‘Gipsy King’ does not seem willing to face Wilder for the fourth time.

“I would like to see Andy Ruiz knock his mother***k a** out,” Fury told

“Because I’m sick of looking at Deontay Wilder. I need another man to train for. I need another guy to fight. We fought three times already.

“I think the guy’s a piece of s**t as a person. I don’t like him. He’s an excuse-maker. He gets beat by a better man on the night, and he can’t take it.

So, he’s gotta think of a million reasons why he lost. So, he’s not a great sportsman, in my opinion, and I hope Ruiz knocks him out cold.”

In the event Wilder beats Ruiz in a fight that is expected to take place at some point next spring, Fury wants to see Deontay take on either Anthony Joshua or Usyk.

“Styles make fights and, you know, different fighters have different styles,” Fury added.

“We’ll see what happens with all these great matchups. But one thing I know is there are some great matchups to be had in the heavyweight division right now.

“I’d like to see Usyk and Wilder. I’d like to see Joshua and Wilder. I’d like to see Wilder fight them all.

“I’d like to see Wilder have a go at these guys. I wanna see if they can do any damage to ‘The Bronze Bomber’.”

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