Wilder’s ferocious power shown off before “retribution” against Fury

Deontay Wilder is seeking revenge over Tyson Fury and he has the power to prove it.

It comes as the Bronze Bomber gears up for his third fight against the Gypsy King, failing to win against him in their two previous bouts.

The last clash between the two came in February 2020, with the British boxer wiping the floor with his counterpart in the process.

Wilder's corner threw the towel in after a pulverising seven rounds, which saw him lose his WBC heavyweight title.

With Anthony Joshua possessing the other three belts, a huge clash was put into the pipeline to see one of AJ or Fury crowned the unified champion.

A fight was scheduled for the summer but that has infuriated Wilder's camp, with Daily Star Sport revealing this month that a trilogy bout had been ordered.

A rematch was written into the contract between Fury and the American, one which he fully intended on pressing ahead with.

And Wilder is determined to finally claim victory over Fury – the only boxer to ever beat him in the ring – by hiring former coach Malik Scott.

In an Instagram post showing the Alabama-born star’s brutal power, Scott posted: "The same energy must be kept after retribution is served, thx in advance."

But Fury is not impressed and remains keen on taking on AJ as soon as possible, calling Wilder “a mug”.

He told ESPN: "I’ve got to beat up Deontay Wilder a bit better than I did last time, because he didn’t get a good enough hiding last time.

"This time I’m going to really double, double, treble smash him, 100 per cent [I’ll fight Joshua]. AJ’s got a big mouth and no substance.

"He says I’m the one that does all the talking, but if I didn’t talk boxing would be stone dead because I’m the only character alive left in it.

"Let’s say that for a fact. [The Joshua fight] happens this year.

"I’m gonna deal with this mug, Deontay Wilder, I’m knocking him out cold, and then I’m going to deal with the other guy straightaway."

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