Deontay Wilder has once again taken to social media to apply pressure on WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury to "honor his agreement" for a trilogy fight.

Back in February, Fury captured the WBA title when he stopped Wilder in the seventh round of their rematch at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

Wilder quickly exercised an immediate rematch clause for a third encounter.

There were several postponements due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Eventually Fury became tired of waiting and booked a voluntary return for December 5th in the UK.

Fury and his handlers believe the rematch clause has now expired and they plan to move forward in another direction.

Wilder, who believes his rematch clause is still valid, has made a legal push to force the trilogy - with both sides heading to mediation to get a legal ruling on the matter.

Last month, Wilder took to social media and accused Fury of loading his gloves with an "egg weight" for their rematch. He also said the unbeaten boxer had manipulated his gloves in the first encounter, in December 2018.

The allegations enraged Fury, who recently vowed to never fight Wilder again.

"He will never get a shot at me now. Finished," Fury told Gareth Davies.

"For what he has said. Losing is one thing. I don't even want to give him any air time. That's it for him."

But Wilder has now once again called on Fury to face him in the ring for a third time.

"Hey Tyson Fury, don’t worry about me - I am fine, blessed. The only thing I want from you is for you to honor your agreement and fight me. I gave you two shots when I didn’t have to and it changed your life. Now it is time for you to be a man and give me my shot as you agreed to," Wilder stated.