Tyson Fury has fired a fresh warning to Deontay Wilder as he steps up preparations for their third fight.
The pair drew in their WBC heavyweight title clash in December 2018 before Fury dominated Wilder in their rematch in February.
The American former champion has activated his rematch clause with the trilogy fight set to take place in Las Vegas on December 19.
Whilst the fight is still months away, Fury is still training hard and has now called out Wilder as he prepares to try and inflict a second straight defeat on his rival.
He shared a clip to his 1.5million followers on Twitter performing a cable workout in a cage.
He shouted: “Wilder, I’m coming for you sucker!” As he started mind games ahead of their next bout.
Top Rank CEO Bob Arum recently provided an update on the date and venue of the clash with hopes the coronavirus situation will improve to allow fans to be at the fight.
“We hope – because we don’t have control over this – that we will be able to do it with spectators safe distancing in the Allegiant Stadium, the Raiders Stadium (in Las Vegas),” Arum told BoxingScene.com
“If we can’t do it with spectators we’re going to have to move it overseas.”
Fury is the firm favourite for the third fight given his demolition of Wilder last time out – but the Gypsy King recently insisted he is still expecting a dangerous opponent.
He said: "He’ll be more dangerous in this fight than he ever has been before.
"This is the only business that I’m interested in – the only business. And when it happens, it happens and I’ll be waiting in the wings for the call.”
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