Tyson Fury didn’t shy away from Deontay Wilder as he responded to the latest “Bronze Bomber” social media post.
On Friday morning, Wilder accused Tyson Fury of lying about his positive COVID and the subsequent postponement of their fight.
The “Gypsy King” crew announced earlier this month that they had suffered an outbreak at their training camp just weeks before the trilogy date.
Fury himself has tested positive and the fight has now been postponed from July 24 to October 9.
Wilder initially decided not to react publicly, but left no doubt about how he feels.
He posted a photo of him and his trainer Malik Scott on Instagram with the caption: “Yo my brother, Malik, say it’s not… Not the COVID-19 lie… They’re going to hell for this- the !!!
“October 9 cannot come any faster. #BombZquad #TilThisDay #ThisWillBeEasy ”
It wasn’t long before Fury responded, which arrived in a tweet on Friday afternoon.
He replied, “This man is a real job. A real bullying excuse maker.
“Not a warrior or a man at all. Beat the cup twice.
“I beat him and his trainer. But still talk about shit. Real pussies. “
Fury’s search of Scott came as a result of a previous training session they shared in 2013.
At their press conference last month, Scott revealed, “Me and you never fought Tyson. You broke my eardrum when we practiced.
Fury added, “We practiced, haven’t we? And we know what happened there.
Scott replied: “You are a 260lb man who can fight, you broke my eardrum the first time we trained.
“It’s not something to brag about, you can fight, it’s what you do …
“The first day he broke my eardrum, then I came back and punched him the next day.
“Then the next day it happened, I couldn’t hear and I couldn’t keep boxing, that shit happens in boxing.”
Fury quipped, “As we talk about breaking the ears, don’t we find it funny that I break the eardrums of these two guys, coach and fighter? Crazy statistics.