‘Move on’: Fury savages ‘zombie’ Wilder

Tyson Fury has blasted Deontay Wilder for “letting himself down” after the American said that the Gypsy King “wasn’t the champion”.

Wilder gave an explosive interview to the PBC Podcast where he claimed “things went on” in the lead up to their rematch back in February.

However he refused to elaborate on this except saying he was “a zombie in there”, and instead kept on repeating it “wasn't the real Deontay Wilder”.

And despite being battered from pillar to post by Fury in Las Vegas, Wilder took a swipe at his conqueror.

“I don’t see Fury as a champion. He ain’t the champion yet, we still got one more fight left,” Wilder said.

“And I'm looking forward to giving the world the best of Deontay Wilder.”

BT Sport Boxing relayed those bizarre comments on their Instagram page, where Fury himself commented.

The 30-year-old WBC heavyweight champion wrote: “Keep letting yourself down @bronzebomber it’s sad. It was you I smashed that’s the truth. Just admit it and move on, it’s just a fight you win some you lose some that’s boxing pal.”

SunSport reported how the Alabama boxer has sensationally hinted he could retire if he loses his trilogy fight against Fury.

And he has explosively revealed he was been “weeding out snakes” from his circle he believes contributed to his shattering loss to the Gypsy King.

British boxer Tyson Fury slams a right to the head of US boxer Deontay Wilder during their World Boxing Council Heavyweight Championship Title boxing match at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.Source:AFP

“This is the last final straw as I see it. I'm taking everything in that happened, everything that happened towards me,” Wilder said.

“I’m cutting my grass, I'm getting rid of a lot of snakes in the grass.

“This time has allowed me to look back, dig in the weed and see what was really going on.”

The 34-year-old also confirmed he had surgery on his bicep and he suffered the injury during his crushing loss.

This article originally appeared in The Sun was republished with permission

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