Heavyweight Deontay Wilder has continued his war of words with Andy Ruiz.
Last year, the two former world champions were ordered to collide in a final WBC world title eliminator.
Since then, the PBC stablemates have been unable to reach an agreement on the money.
Ruiz and his father have openly complained about being offered a split of 70-30 in Wilder's favor. They countered back with a firm demand for an even 50-50 split.
Wilder has no intention of agreeing to an even split with Ruiz.
At this point, Wilder is looking to confirm if the fight will happen or not happen.
“We don’t have to go back and forth with all this talking. I know what the deal is and the real is, and you know what the deal and the real is as well. The only people mad is you, is you guys. I didn’t call you. - ya’ll called us. I didn’t harass you, you guys harassed us about fighting. We wasn’t in no desperate need of fighting, you guys were in a desperate need of fighting, or you wouldn’t have never called our phone in the first place," Wilder said.
“You called my [head trainer] Malik [Scott], desperately trying to get a fight on. [You] got in touch with me, saw me at the fights, desperately tried to fight me. I said ‘hey, cool, let’s make it happen, we’ll get back with you.’ We got back with you guys, with my team, with your team - and now it’s time to put it all together.
"Who acting scared? It ain’t me, because what ya’ll talk about is unreasonable, let’s face it. So, when you serious, holla at me. Until then, do what you do. You got a lot of weight to lose. You can talk that talk, but only a few walk that walk. So, if you want to see what a knockout feel like, to get your brain splattered, holla at me. I ain’t far.”