An intense trash-talking staredown between British boxer Tyson Fury and US boxer Deontay Wilder ended up in a scuffle in Los Angeles on Wednesday, just a few days ahead of their bout.
Both fighters faced off on a stage overcrowded with their entourages and security guards, who promptly intervened when the thrash-talk reached boiling point.
Speaking to the press after the incident, Fury claimed that Wilder intended to provoke 'a left hook', which would have meant the US boxer pulling out from the bout and receiving half of Fury's purse for the night.
Meanwhile, a brash Wilder responded that not even four coaches could prepare the British boxer for what expects him in the ring. "He can have the best of the best trainers in the corner. They can't fight for him. They can't teach him nothing that is going to be able to prepare for me because I'm different. I'm one of a kind," boasted Wilder.
Fury faces a tough opponent in Wilder who has a record of 40 wins - 39 by knockout - from 40 bouts. The two meet at Los Angeles Staples Center on December 1.
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