In front of 94,000 spectators at Wembley Stadium in London, Tyson Fury successfully defended his WBC heavyweight title by stopping Dillian Whyte in the sixth round. Before the referee intervened to call it off early, Fury delivered a vicious right uppercut and then shoved Whyte to the mat.
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“Me and you in the ring like f***ing Vikings”- Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson responds to Tyson Fury callout
Despite claiming to be retired from professional combat, Tyson has shown a strong interest in lucrative demonstration matches. And he appears to have started preparing for his subsequent competition by engaging in a social media back-and-forth with the former winner of the world’s strongest man, with whom he had previously been friends.
Fury started this week by challenging Bjornsson, recording a video after one of his two daily training sessions to demand a fight with the Icelandic powerhouse. He immediately responded with a video of his own as the two started to prepare for a potential exhibition fight.
In his most recent Instagram video intended against Bjornsson Tyson stated “I just finished a brutal session, And I can only think about destroying one person; Thor, I’m coming for you, you’re getting it sucker, there’s only room for one big dog and that’s me!” In a further post he stated, “Six days this week, twice a day! Thor, I’m going to come to Iceland and set about you, you big dosser. Get up!”
Bjornsson swiftly responded to the callout by producing a video of his own in which he threatened a bloody conflict. He stated, “Me and you in the ring like f***ing vikings. This is going to be a bloodbath, but I f***ing can’t wait. Let’s do this!”