John Fury, the father of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, has blasted Deontay Wilder over some of his statements in the last few months.

Back in February of 2020, Tyson Fury dominated and stopped Wilder in seven rounds to capture the WBC title at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

Wilder would then exercise an immediate rematch clause.

But the third meeting never took place. It was pushed back several times due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Fury and his handlers believe the rematch clause has expired - a position that Wilder has legally contested.

During several interviews, Wilder made several allegations against Tyson Fury - claiming the unbeaten heavyweight loaded his gloves with egg weights.

Wilder would later part ways with co-trainer Mark Breland. He alleged that his water may have been spiked and that Breland was possibly working as a double-agent.

Breland was responsible for stopping Wilder's fight with Fury. He felt Wilder had taken too much punishment and decided to throw in the towel.

John Fury erupted when asked for his opinion on Wilder's claims.

"What you've got to do Deontay Wilder is man up. Grow a pair of nuts son, and understand when you've been beat to death and learn from it. He's made an absolute arse of his mouth, everyone in boxing is laughing at him. Everybody in the world is laughing at him. What he wants is a punch in the mouth properly, you know, kicking up and down United States like a football," John Fury told IFL TV.

"Apart from that and his baby ways, keep twerking you're better doing that pal. Does he want to die in there the idiot? They say they do, they don't. They say they want to die in the ring, they want to go out on their shield - bullsh--. You want to die for a boxing match you idiot when you've got a family?"

"Terrible [what he did to Mark Breland]. Disgusting. Mark Breland has got a job with us any time he wants - he's only got to ring the phone. I'm sure there's a place here for Mark Breland. Great champion, great trainer, great brain - saved his life. He shouldn't have done really, he should have let Tyson kill him altogether. You wouldn't have come out with that bullsh-- then would you? Craphead."