TYSON FURY has roared he’s coming for Deontay Wilder as the WBC heavyweight champion posted a clip of him training on social media.
The Gypsy King – twice a heavyweight champion of the world – is preparing to defend a belt for the first time as he looks to inflict a second defeat on the Bronze Bomber.
Fury, 31, stopped the 2008 Olympic bronze medallist in February, while the two fought to a controversial draw in 2018.
Wilder immediately invoked a rematch clause after he succumbed to the first loss of his professional career, with the third fight scheduled to take place on December 19 in Las Vegas.
Unlike when he lost motivation in the aftermath of his epic win against Wladamir Klitschko in 2015, Fury appears more focused than ever as he looks to establish himself as one of the greatest heavyweights of all time.
Uploading a video on Twitter to his 1.5 million followers, the unbeaten boxer can be seen performing a cable workout.
But it is a message that he said during the clip that has left fans talking, as Fury roared: “Wilder, I’m coming for you sucker.”
His supporters were quick to message on the post, as one commented: “Can’t wait til you give the Bronze Bummer jelly legs again.”
Another said: “TYSON REALLY IS BACK!! Keep up the grind champ, love seeing a motivated Tyson again.”
A third added: “Elite mentality getting the mind games in early love it.”
One simply stated: “Fury will bless Wilder again.”
Fury – who was spotted jogging along a beach in Bournemouth earlier this week – is looking to face Anthony Joshua next year in his quest to become the first undisputed heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis in 1999.
AJ’s promoter Eddie Hearn revealed in June that a two-fight deal has been agreed, though in a blow for fans, both bouts look set to be hosted outside of the UK.