Wilder accuses authorities of turning a blind eye to Fury's 'cheating'

Deontay Wilder accuses boxing authorities of turning a blind eye to Tyson Fury’s ‘cheating’ in second fight as Bronze Bomber repeats glove claims AGAIN… adding that Gypsy King ‘couldn’t knock me out and it took a disloyal trainer to throw the towel in’

  • Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder are set to do battle for a third time next month
  • A trilogy bout in Las Vegas on July 24 has provisionally been pencilled in 
  • The American has already ramped up the trash talk, accusing Fury of ‘cheating’
  • Wilder repeated previous suspicions of illegal gloves when talking this week  

Deontay Wilder has repeated his accusations against Tyson Fury of cheating in their second fight with the pair set to face off in a trilogy bout next month. 

Following a US court ruling last month, the Gypsy King and the Bronze Bomber will do battle again and Bob Arum has provisionally booked in the Allegiant Stadium in Las Veags for July 24. 

And Wilder, who was on the end of the first loss of his career against Fury, has ramped up the aggro already, launching into a furious rant about the Englishman’s gloves last year during their second bout, which Fury won via TKO. 

Deontay Wilder has once again repeated accusations of cheating against Tyson Fury 

Fury beat Wilder in Vegas but the American has had suspicions about his opponent’s gloves 

‘Many people in boxing did this (put their hand over their eyes) and that (put their hand over their ears),’ he told Premier Boxing on Instagram. 

‘That allowed them to do this (keep their mouth shut). They saw no evil and heard no evil.

‘You can’t not see that gloves don’t bend, your wrist doesn’t bend unless you’re double jointed or something. It’s impossible. 

‘They couldn’t even knock me out. They couldn’t even keep me down. It took a disloyal trainer to throw the towel in.

‘We know he (Fury) don’t have no power. He gave me every best of him he had in that ring and I took it all. I knew something was not right with my body. He got a rap sheet of cheating and using drugs.

Fury knocked down Wilder four times before his trainer threw in the towel in the seventh round

‘You talk about a guy like me who’s got no rap sheet, just pure power and pure work ethic but I’m lying? And you got a guy who’s known for cheating and he’s telling the truth?’

Fury, who has admitted using cocaine during his bout of depression after winning the world heavyweight title in 2015, was set to face Anthony Joshua this summer in a mega-unification bout before the arbitration ruling came to light. 

Wilder has previously claimed that Fury had ‘egg weights’ in his gloves during their 2020 fight and also blamed his walk-on costume and ‘spiked water’ in the aftermath of his loss.  

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