Former unified world champion Tyson Fury has already fired off several verbal bombs in the direction of Deontay Wilder.
Fury and Wilder are scheduled to collide for the WBC heavyweight title on February 22 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
The contest is a rematch of their December 2018 encounter, which ended in a controversial twelve round split draw at Staples Center in Los Angeles.
With such a short time window before the fight takes place, there is not going to be any media tour to promote the contest.
During their first media week, the two boxers had to be separated more than once when their face to face encounters became physical.
Fury has erupted over Wilder not going to face to face with him at media functions.
“This is Tyson Fury, AKA the Gypsy King,” Fury said. “This is a message to Deontay Wilder, the Bronze Bomber, the big p-ssy. He’s not turned up to any of the media events today, blagging he’s got the flu, because he doesn’t wanna be in the same room as me because I’ll take him to school.
“His management team are afraid to put Deontay Wilder in the same room as Tyson Fury – facts. Keep him away Al [Haymon], keep him away Shelly [Finkel], keep him away his trainers, keep him away his wife. Deontay, what a little b-tch you’ve become. You can’t even come and see me and be face-to-face with me on camera because you’d be humiliated and took to school.”
Fury went down twice in the first bout, including a knockdown in the twelfth round that he barely survived. His boxing style gave Wilder fits during much of the contest. After the smoke had cleared, the scores were 115-111 to Wilder, 114-112 to Fury and 113-113.