“I’m a freight train” – Deontay Wilder taunts Tyson Fury while Dillian Whyte continues taking shots at ‘The Bronze Bomber’

Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury are set to face off in a trilogy bout on the 24th of July in Las Vegas.

Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder and Dillian Whyte
Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder and Dillian Whyte
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We are just three weeks away from Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury 3. The fight is set to take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The scoreline in the rivalry currently stands at one win for Fury and a draw. Wilder is yet to win a fight in the rivalry. He will be hoping to make a statement this time around.

More recently, Deontay Wilder took to Instagram to share a video of himself benching what is believed to be around 310lbs with his gym coaches by the side. He appeared to hint that even a weight of 310lbs meant nothing to him alluding to the usually heavier Tyson Fury.

Better get your weight up‘ – Deontay Wilder warns Tyson Fury

Taking to Instagram, Wilder captioned the video – “You say you’re a semi truck but I’m a freight train. Better get your weight up @gypsyking101. #310 #FuryWilder3 #July24 #BombZquad.”

Fury hasn’t yet responded to Wilder’s taunt, as he is currently busy celebrating England’s victory over Germany at the EURO Round of 16. However, ‘The Gypsy King has been putting in the hard yards ahead of his trilogy bout. Despite portraying a laid-back attitude usually, Fury comes up big during the fights.

Dillian Whyte mocks Deontay Wilder with his own lifting video

Following Wilder’s video, his off-court rival Dillian Whyte mocked Wilder by posting a video on Instagram benching using a heavy pair of dumbbells. He captioned the post: “@bronzebomber screaming with the light weights coward i rep your max. Anytime, anywhere we must fight. Let’s gooooo.”

Whyte and Wilder have never fought before. There was a time when Wilder avoided Whyte because he felt that he was nowhere near his level. But after Wilder’s loss to Fury in 2020, a fight between Whyte and Wilder looks like it might happen.

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