Tyson Fury Calls Deontay Wilder A “Sore Loser” For Refusing To Shake Hands After 11th Round KO

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Fury/Wilder III was everything we hoped for and more.

Tyson Fury beat Deontay Wilder after a hard right hand sent Wilder to the mat for an 11th round knockout win, however, the Gypsy King still can’t get no love from Wilder.

The win put Fury at 2-0-1 in the trilogy and Fury remains The WBC and The Ring heavyweight champ.

And the slow-mo:

However, after the fight, Fury claimed that Wilder refused to shake his hand.

Calling him a sore loser, Fury maintains that he’s acted like a gentleman throughout their entire history together:

He elaborated further in the post-fight press conference:

“But you know what, I thought that we fought it all out there and all allegations that were made towards me throughout the build-up of this fight, we fought like two warriors in there and I went over to shake his hand and say, ‘Well done,’ and he was like, ‘No, I don’t respect you.’

I was like, how can you say I cheated when you know in your own heart and your full team knows that you just got beat fair and square. It’s just a sore loser in boxing, I’m sure he’s not the first one and he won’t be the last one.

But I’ve acted like a gentleman throughout my career and that’s all I can do as a man.”

And while this time around, Tyson Fury came out to AC/DC’s “You Shook Me All Night Long,” do you remember Fury/Wilder II?

That Patsy Cline entrance was FIRE.

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