sport news Tyson Fury labels Deontay Wilder 'WEAK' during furious press conference row

sport news Tyson Fury labels Deontay Wilder 'WEAK' during furious press conference row
sport news Tyson Fury labels Deontay Wilder 'WEAK' during furious press conference row
Tyson Fury labels Deontay Wilder 'WEAK' and says his allegations of cheating to win their second fight is a 'conspiracy' as heavyweight duo launch into foul-mouthed row during Las Vegas press conference Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder held a press conference for their trilogy contest Tempers flared between the two fighters as Wilder stuck to his accusations The American claims Fury cheated to take the WBC belt in their second bout Fury labelled Wilder a 'dosser' and an 'insecure piece of s**t' when on a rant 

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Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder refused the traditional stare down as they came face to face for the first time since the Gypsy King knocked out the Bronze Bomber in their first rematch.

The press conference prior to Saturday's trilogy fight descended into chaos as Fury let rip wIth a foul mouthed attempt to provoke the American from who he ripped the WBC world heavyweight title. 

Wilder refused to retract his allegations of Fury cheating to win their second fight.

Tyson Fury (left) and Deontay Wilder (right) saw their press conference descend into chaos

Tyson Fury (left) and Deontay Wilder (right) saw their press conference descend into chaos

WBC champion Fury was his usual self on stage but he soon took aim at his American rival

WBC champion Fury was his usual self on stage but he soon took aim at his American rival

Wilder refused to back down from his allegations that Fury cheated to win their second fight

Wilder refused to back down from his allegations that Fury cheated to win their second fight

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Of the accusations including glove trickery, Wilder said: 'I have no regrets at all. I believe everything because I've been

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