TYSON FURY has dropped a huge amount of weight for his titanic heavyweight clash with Deontay Wilder.
Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder appeared on Good Morning Britain this morning ahead of their hugely-anticipated showdown in Los Angeles on December 1.
Security were present to avoid the two outspoken boxers coming to blows – but it ended up being a largely respectable affair.
If this is how the fight actually shapes up (and of course it’s extremely doubtful; look instead for the fast-for-his size Fury to be on his bike from bell-one) there is only one winner – or two, if you include the fans; the Wilder fans. With all his time out of the ring, and with his chin not having been tested in years, Fury would run the terrible risk of being hurt and hurt bad if he stood and slugged it out with the 40-(39) Wilder.
Fury appeared on GMB back in May – before his first fight in two-and-a-half-years – and revealed he had lost more than seven stone.
Piers started the conversation by revealing Fury had made Susanna lose 20lbs (1.4st) since their first chat.
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While the trash talk was kept to a minimum between the pair, Wilder launched a scathing attack on Anthony Joshua during the interview.
The winner of the bout in December will likely get the chance to face the WBO, WBA, IBF and IBO heavyweight king.
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It comes after the WBC champion was dubbed the “cringiest man in history” for his warning to the Gypsy King on social media.
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But the American was exposed this week by Dillian Whyte after revealing a “text message” from Wilder rejecting a fight.