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

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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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