Deontay Wilder tells Tyson Fury he 'doesn't respect him' as new footage exposes ring row


New footage has emerged of Deontay Wilder telling Tyson Fury he “doesn’t respect him” just moments after the 11th-round stoppage in Las Vegas on Sunday morning – sparking more intensity in their long-standing feud.

The duo had already fought twice before their trilogy final in Nevada, with the first fight ending in a controversial draw in December 2018, followed by a convincing Fury win in February 2020.

Having been arranged originally for July 2020, the bout was pushed back until the Christmas months following concerns over Wilder’s condition and the Covid-19 pandemic.

And upon further postponement, Fury insisted he’d had enough and backed away from another fight, leading Wilder to call him a cheat.

The feud raged on until last week’s fight, where tensions ran high after previous altercations had seen the pair constantly lambast each other in the press.

And following Fury’s 11th-round knockout of the Bronze Bomber, new footage has emerged of Wilder telling Fury he ‘doesn’t respect him’.

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