Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder came face to face during the final press conference before the long-awaited rematch. And things got a little heated for a while when these two giants got into a physical altercation.
The WBC heavyweight championship will be on the line when Fury and Wilder get into the ring to settle the unfinished business. However, it’s not just about the title anymore. This fight is about two unbeaten legacies. It’s about two champions battling it out to find out who the best heavyweight of this generation is. And when the stake is this high we can expect some bad blood and tension going around every time these two come face to face. And we saw just a glimpse of what will happen on February 22nd.
When Fury and Wilder locked eyes on each other during the press conference it did not take much longer for these two to get into a brawl. After trading verbal jabs with each other, Wilder pushed Fury back. And the Gypsy King returned the favor by pushing Wilder even harder. The two were separated by the securities before things got out of control. However, this brawl has ignited a fire among the fans.
Conor McGregor is excited for Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder
Earlier, former UFC two-division champion, Conor McGregor reacted to this incident and said:
“Big respect to both men here. Both jawbreakers in scenarios like that past. Without doubt. Maturity! Excellent. We are in for an amazing fight this weekend. “
Big respect to both men here.
Both jaw breakers in scenarios like that past. Without doubt.
We are in for an amazing fight this weekend.
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— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) February 20, 2020
Conor McGregor and Tyson Fury have a history between them. Even though Conor has never met Fury, the Gypsy King has claimed that Conor offered him to train for his MMA debut. Although Conor found the whole situation hilarious he wishes nothing but the best to Fury ahead of his rematch. The Notorious one has even predicted that Tyson Fury will come out victorious against Deontay Wilder.