Fury vows to make 'lemonade out of lemon' Wilder

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Fury beat Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015 to become the lineal champion and remains undefeated after 27 fights, while Wilder has won all 40 of his fights - 39 by knockout.

The brash rivals began their press tour ahead of the December 1 bout in Los Angeles at the BT Sport studios in London on Monday afternoon, and will also visit NY and LA before the end of the week.

But they had to be separated by security after Fury called on Wilder to "spar" with him live on stage.

With the purse decided, and the location booked well in advance, the psychological warfare between is likely to commence, with Anthony Joshua monitoring the situation from close behind.

"I am no challenger for no man".

"I am in the mood for no messing around, no 15 stone man can beat Tyson Fury".

Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury, and Deontay Wilder are the integral pieces to a rejuvenated Heavyweight Division in boxing, the American owing much of his success to his heavy-handedness, Fury to in-ring deception, and Joshua to his polished skill set. I've been out for a year, now I'm coming to you, to beat you. "You've got power then, let me feel that power boy!"

However, despite it not being the main reason for his television appearance, it did not stop Wilder from having a dig at Joshua in a wholehearted rant, which had him staring directly into the camera and directing his message firmly at the British star.

Wilder and Fury
Wilder and Fury

"I will prove what I can do to this idiot".

"Nobody forced me to fight Deontay Wilder, I chose to fight him because I believe he is an easy touch".

"It's a long time since the heavyweight division had two champions at the top of their game ready to fight each other", said U.S. promoter Lou DiBella.

He said: "I know some time I have to fight mandatories, and jump round, and do this and do that, but believe me, when Deontay says something". No matter who you bring, I'll take them out.

"He got two months to get ready, he lost a lot of weight, he got to lose a little more".

"You'll feel the wrath, hell has no fury like Tyson Fury".

"I'm No.1 for sure".

"I'm [gonna] knock you out!"

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