Heavyweight contender Tyson Fury has promised to crash champion Deontay Wilder’s UK tour later this month.
The WBC title holder is set to appear at two ‘An Audience With’ events in Birmingham on July 27 and London on July 28.
However, the ‘Bronze Bomber’ can expect some chaos, with the ‘Gypsy King’ promising to drop in at the events and confront Wilder.
Speaking at his own event, Fury said of his rival: “I hear he’s coming to Birmingham, when is it? 27Th?
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“I’m gonna be there. I’m gonna see what he thinks? I’m gonna get right in his face and ask him what happened.
“What happened to you Bomb Squad, you bum dosser?
“Because he hasn’t answered a call from me or replied to a message since the fight, so that tells me he’s a f***ing s***house.”
Wilder and Fury fought to a thrilling draw when they met in December last year, and a rematch is tentatively scheduled for February 2020.
In the meantime, the American recently defeated Dominic Breazeale and will next take on Luis Ortiz, while the Brit beat Tom Schwarz and will also have one more bout before they meet again.