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Tyson Fury says ‘I’d have NUTTED the c***’ if face-off with Deontay Wilder happened at final press conference

TYSON FURY says he would have ‘nutted the c***’ had he gone head-to-head with Deontay Wilder in their final press conference.

In a heated debate the two heavyweights traded insults throughout.

Tyson Fury says he would have ‘nutted’ Wilder had they had gone head-to-head
Deontay Wilder seemed to keep his cool for much of the presser

But they were kept apart at the end as the traditional face-off was binned.

And that prevented some proper violence, according to the reigning WBC champ.

Asked by iFL why he didn’t stand toe-to-toe with Wilder, the Gypsy King said: “Because Frank Warren was thinking I was going to chin him.

“I wouldn’t have chinned him, I would have just nutted the c***, like that”, before showing the camera how.

Fury’s boxing promoter Bob Arum claims he ‘saved the fight’ after stepping in to make sure his client did not face-off with Wilder.

Arum, 89, was incensed with broadcaster Fox Sports and presenter Kate Abdo for suggesting the two fighters were going to come together.

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According to Arum in his rant after the press conference, both Fox and Abdo knew a face-off was never going to be part of the press conference – and he clamied Abdo was out of order for bringing it up.

Arum even shouted out from the crowd “Not a good idea!” when Abdo raised the prospect.

However she then quickly changed her mind – suggesting it was Arum’s intervention which prevented the face-off happening.

That annoyed the promoter, who said: “They bring this woman in from the UK and she’s slanting all the press conference to Wilder.

“Like I don’t give a damn, but it’s obvious what she was doing!

“And then, she knew that the understanding was: no face-off. Tom Brown argued with Fox, no face-off.

“We said, “No face-off”. What does she say? “Now we’re going to do a face-off?”

“F*** her and f*** them. There was no face-off and we saved the fight.”

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