‘I nearly got a st***y’ – Tyson Fury with hilarious response to meeting Deontay Wilder for first time since epic KO win | The Sun

TYSON FURY left boxing fans in stitches after describing his exciting reunion with Deontay Wilder.

The two heavyweights came face-to-face for the first time since their epic trilogy bout in 2021 when they showed up in Saudi Arabia for Tommy Fury's win over Jake Paul.

Fury, 34, was seen yelling Wilder's famous "Bomb squad" catchphrase before the pair embraced.

And The Gypsy King was then asked how it felt to see his American rival once more.

To which he hilariously replied: "It felt absolutely amazing, nearly got a st***y there."

The remark left fight fans in hysterics as they reacted to Fury's joke.


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One said: "😂😂😂😂 Tyson is too funny".

Another replied: "He never disappoints 😂".

And a third Fury supporter responded: "😂😂 Gotta love The Gypsy King lol".

Fury and Wilder met three times between 2018 and 2021 as they took part in a classic heavyweight trilogy.

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In December 2018, Fury outboxed Wilder before The Bronze Bomber floored the Brit heavily in the final round.

Fury somehow climbed back to his feet, before the judges controversially awarded it a draw.

A little over a year later, Fury rematched Wilder in Las Vegas, destroying him in a one-sided seven-round beatdown.

Their final fight then came in October 2021 and it was the best of the lot.

Fury floored Wilder in the third round, before the American came firing back in the fourth with two knockdowns of his own.

But Fury ended up coming through the dramatic clash in the 11th as he laid Wilder out on the canvas to retain the WBC title.

Since then, Fury has picked up stoppage wins over Dillian Whyte and Derek Chisora.

Meanwhile, Wilder returned in October with a first round KO of Robert Helenius.

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