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During his fight week preparations in New York, Wilder was asked to respond to Fury’s call out by Seconds Out.

“First of all, he’s got to get in shape. Then get his license. Once he gets his license and gets in shape, then we will believe anything Tyson says,” told Wilder.

Fury is currently still stuck in his situation with UK Anti-Doping and the British Boxing Board of Control. But signs point towards Fury getting his license back possibly in January once his legal team sets up the date for the final hearing with UKAD.

‘The Gypsy King’ is one of the most polarizing fighters in boxing, but the American World heavyweight champion has nothing but support for the former heavyweight king despite Fury’s talks of knocking him out. 

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