Tyson Fury hilariously emulated Deontay Wilder after realizing they were watching each other live on behind-the-scenes cameras during the rematch weigh-in
Tyson Fury had a genius moment as he and Deontay Wilder appeared on live backstage cameras ahead of the weigh-in for their rematch.
The heavyweights were both watching each other on the stream in the locker room before stepping out to touch the scales.
Fury realized this and so began to wave and send kisses to Wilder, who was warm with his fiancée Telli Swift.
Deontay responded by scratching his face without subtlety with his middle finger.
When cameras again showed the couple, the “Gypsy King” hilariously mimicked Wilder and Swift as he moved closer to his brother Shane on the couch.
As for the weigh-in itself, the challenger stepped on the scale first and came in at 273 pounds (19th 7 pounds).
The champion called at 231lbs (16st 7lbs).
For the first fight, Wilder measured 212½lbs (15st 2lbs 8oz) – and so was 18½ lb more the second time.
Meanwhile, Fury weighed in for the first fight at 256½ lbs (18th 4 lbs 8 oz) – just like 16½ pounds heavier.
The difference in weight told in the fight too.
Fury bullied Wilder from start to finish, bringing him down and imposing his height.
The “Gypsy King” scored a knockdown in the third round, followed by another in the fifth round.
In the seventh, Bronze Bomber’s coach Mark Breland threw the blow and Fury was crowned champion again.
Now, 20 months later, the couple are set to meet in a trilogy fight on Saturday night.
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