Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder have been embroiled in beef for a while now, with it culminating in their December 2018 fight where Fury was trying to take the WBC Heavyweight Title away from Wilder. In the end, the two fought to a draw which was a pretty controversial decision at the time. The two have been going back and forth on a potential rematch, with both fighters confident that they would win. Just yesterday, Fury showed the ultimate disrespect to Wilder saying the heavyweight can "suck [his] nuts."
TMZ Sports recently caught up with Wilder to talk about Fury's recent comments and the WBC champion didn't hold back. If you remember, Wilder knocked Fury down twice in the fight and used that as his main point against the English fighter.
"I gave him a memory loss to the point where he don't know how he got on the ground, nor do he know how he got up," Wilder said.
The Bronze Bomber also explained how he's not interested in a rematch with Fury right now and would rather become the undisputed champ which means he needs to fight against Anthony Joshua. While many fans want this fight to happen, it seems like both sides can't agree on a time and place.