DILLIAN WHYTE insists his Wembley war with Tyson Fury is a battle of the mad men.
The 34-year-old Body Snatcher was training pals with the Gypsy King 10 years ago long before Fury became WBC champ and Whyte his mandatory challenger.
But as a fight between them grew closer and the rivalry became real, both men exchanged verbal digs.
Fury, 33, has dismissed Whyte, belittled his rise and threatened to box him in an unfamiliar southpaw stance.
And the Brixton banger has hit back with digs about Fury’s mysterious charity promises and love of the limelight.
Now, just hours before they settle their grudge in a record-breaking £31million row in front of 94,000 fans, Whyte had one last shot for his foe.
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And he also promised him a crazy end to their love-hate relationship.
He growled : “He’s a 6ft 9in massive guy.
“Yet he is still always going around shouting and talking s*** and we don’t like him because of that.
“He’s always shouting ‘you’re a bum, you’re a dosser’ and I just give him the small thumbs-up and say ‘yeah great, cheers son’.
“I am going for the win by points, stoppage, knockout.
“I will take it anyway I can get it.
“It’s hard to read into a mad man’s mindset but he is going in against another mad man.”
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