DEONTAY WILDER has once again blasted Tyson Fury as a 'cheater' in a behind-the-scenes training clip.
The American is in the final stages of his preparation for his trilogy scrap against the Gypsy King this weekend in Las Vegas.
He is a man on a mission, desperate to reclaim his WBC heavyweight belt that Fury ripped off him in February 2020.
After Wilder's corner threw in the towel after a seven-round pummelling, the Bronze Bomber gave a whole host of excuses as to why he had lost.
One was that his ring-walk outfit was 'too heavy' and another was a ludicrous accusation that his coach Mark Breland had 'spiked his water'.
The well-respected Breland has strenuously denied those accusations.
Wilder also threw shade at Team Fury, accusing them of underhand tactics to get the stoppage win.
He has once again echoed that belief just days ahead of his shot at redemption.
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Speaking to PBC, Wilder said: “All I gotta do is half of that. He ain’t good, all I gotta do is half of that. He ain’t what people think. He a f***ing cheater.
“I feel great. I have a great team, everybody’s just on one accord. And when you have a team that’s on one accord it’s like the instructions come even clearer.
"And it’s like how can you go wrong when you have so many guys on the same page and looking for perfection.
“You’ll never be perfect but that don’t mean you can’t practice it and here we’re practicing to make perfect so when I get in the ring won’t be no questions asked, won’t be going back to old habits and build right off what we’ve been working on in this camp.
“My hand will be raised high in the sky, and not because I whooped his ass in 12 rounds, but because I knocked him out.”
Wilder also hinted that Fury had a 'foreign object' in his glove in their second fight – and said that was what caused the huge lump formed on his head.
He also claims the Brit's gloves didn't have the correct padding, which enabled him to carry out more damage.
Team Fury has of course vehemently denied any wrongdoing, with the Gypsy King laughing off Wilder's wild claims.
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