Tyson Fury: Deontay Wilder ‘has no substance and no intellect’


Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury drew their combat in Los Angeles final Twelve months

Tyson Fury says WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder has “no intellect” and “no substance”.

The Briton drew with Wilder in December and a rematch against the undefeated American is place for 22 February.

And Fury,who has his first bout in WWE on Thursday,says he already has extra followers than his rival in the US.

“He screams ‘b**b squad’ loads and pretends to own a persona, but truly he doesn’t and there is now not one of these thing as a depth to him,” said the 31-Twelve months-inclined.

“I own already obtained extra American followers than Wilder. For without reference to motive, Wilder is now not any longer contemporary in The US and of us design no longer love him.

“He has obtained no substance. He is a loud mouth.

“Within the abet of that there is now not one of these thing as a intellect. He comes out with random things that design no longer impact sense. I am a trash talker, but infrequently I combat to position collectively what he is speaking about.”

Fury will face Braun Strowman on the WWE’s Crown Jewel match in Saudi Arabia on Thursday and used to be warned against the scamper by his team because any hurt can also build his February bout against Wilder at chance.

Wilder, 34, faces 40-Twelve months-inclined Cuban Luis Ortiz on 23 November in his Tenth defence of the WBC title.

“Wilder has to ranking by his combat first hurt-free and even grab,” added Fury.

“He must come by, but Luis Ortiz is a unhealthy buyer and is now not any longer to be overpassed or underestimated.

“For four or five rounds he is definitely one of basically the most unhealthy fighters on this planet. He is a 6ft 4in southpaw who can punch laborious.”

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