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Wilder Says Vicious KO Will Make Fury Get Sex Change

By Luke Furman

Dangerous puncher Deontay Wilder (31-0, 31KOs) has fired back on the social network after British rival Tyson Fury (22-0, 16KOs) blasted a few bombs in his direction.

Fury is training for an upcoming rematch with Dereck Chisora (20-4, 13KOs). If he beats Chisora, he wants to face Fury next.

Fury-Chisora II happens on July 26th at the Phones 4U Arena in Manchester. The British, EBU and WBO International titles will be at stake. Wilder is the mandatory challenger to newly crowned WBC champion Bermane Stiverne.

"You better pray that God have mercy on your head from the swallow I'm going to put on it. Then I'm going to body slam ya fat boy. Instead of your name being "Tyson" the beef brand, you should've been simply called "Roman Noodles." I got a diet plan for ya, it's called "Stop Eating Damn It," Wilder fired off.

"[Tyson Fury], after I get finished whooping the cow sh*t out of ya, your body will have a sex change [and] you will be called "the gay fighting Irish pub."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Red-Cyclone on 07-09-2014

Wilder would get schooled if this ever happens.

Comment by fight_professor on 07-08-2014

Deontay will spark Fury inside 3.

Comment by wladavit on 07-08-2014

Fury would fair well in womans boxing.

Comment by King_ on 07-08-2014

The build up to this fight (if it were to ever happen) would be absolute comedic gold

Comment by New England on 07-08-2014

there is NO WAY that a huge, stiff target like fury gets out of the way of a wilder right hand. this fight will end in a knockout, and quickly. i love being american. we are so f#cking athletic.

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