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Back in January 2016, Deontay Wilder had just knocked out Arthur Szpilka in the ninth round and retained his WBC World heavyweight championship. Soon after the win, none other than Tyson Fury stormed into the ring and the two had a heated verbal exchange in front the cameras and possibly planting a seed for a heavyweight clash.

 

With Fury’s recent activity on social media, the former world heavyweight champion has made it clear he hasn’t forgotten about Deontay Wilder and called him out in a recent Instagram post.

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