Teofimo Lopez Jr. just had surgery to repair microfractures and ligament damage in his right big toe, and although the unified champion is currently sidelined following the win of life against Vasiliy Lomachenko, he’s not pulling any punches when it comes to chiming in on the ongoing beef between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury.

The IBF, WBA, WBO and WBC Franchise titlist Lopez Jr. is siding with his Top Rank stablemate Fury following Wilder’s latest claims that that the British boxer’s gloves were loaded following Fury’s seventh-round TKO in February

“I think Wilder has had too much time on his hands. He needs to focus on his own damn self, go back to the gym, get ready for a fight,” Lopez Jr. told “The Ak and Barak Show” on SiriusXM. “Stop talking about a dent in your head. You’re a grown-ass man, stop being a bitch.”

Wilder has pinned his loss to Fury to a multitude of reasons in recent months, including his ring walk attire was too heavy and sapped his energy and tired his legs, his water was spiked with muscle relaxers, Fury illegally moved his fist down within his own glove, referee Kenny Bayless was unfair, co-trainer Mark Breland was disloyal for throwing in the towel, and that Fury's gloves were loaded.

For Lopez Jr. to side with Fury should not come as a surprise considering they both support one another under the same promotional banner.

Lopez Jr. predicted Fury would win the rematch, and his father and trainer Teofimo Sr. even bet $500 that Fury would win by KO, collecting $2,500 along the way.

Wilder and Fury were supposed to meet in a trilogy on Dec.19, but that ship has apparently sailed due to an expired contract.

Fury is next scheduled to fight Dec. 5 in the UK.

Manouk Akopyan is a sports journalist and member of the Boxing Writers Assn. of America since 2011. He has written for the likes of the LA Times, Guardian, USA Today, Philadelphia Inquirer, Men’s Health and NFL.com. He can be reached on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube at @ManoukAkopyan or via email at manouk[dot]akopyan[at]gmail.com.