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Video rules out Wilder vs Fury ‘staged beef’ photo

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Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder were filmed during an awkward moment backstage for a prompted segment in New York.

Despite internet speculation that the pair were enjoying a break from their onstage beef. The video shows Wilder clearly unimpressed at being forced to share space with Fury for TV.

A picture has been doing the rounds of Fury apparently laughing with Wilder on the sofa, civility which has since been ruled out by a Frank Warren media post.

The animosity between the pair has been evident in press conferences on both sides of the Atlantic.

Wilder vs Fury

“This fight means everything to the heavyweight division. This division was once in a dark place,” said Wilder.

“A lot of people considered the division boring and not entertaining and not enough great fighters. You know, people always look back at the past and say, ‘Where are the golden days? Where has it gone?’

“And now today’s era is different… We’ve brought the sport back to life in the heavyweight division.”

Fury added: “You already know you’ve lost the fight. You’re very nervous right now because all the pressure is on you.”

The WBC title is on the line when the pair collide at the Los Angeles Staples Center.

Undercard news will follow the press tour.


Wilder vs. Fury tests the raw power of Wilder against the unmatched size and mobility of Fury.

America’s only heavyweight champion since 2007, Wilder, has 39 knockouts in 40 professional fights. This includes knockouts in all seven of his title defenses.

Fury is a former IBF, WBA, and WBO heavyweight world champion. He is undefeated in 27 professional fights and holds boxing’s coveted lineal heavyweight title.

Tickets for the event, promoted by BombZquad Enterprises and Queensberry Promotions, in association with DiBella Entertainment and TGB Promotions, go on sale Wednesday, October 3 at 12 p.m. PT.

Tickets are priced starting at $75, plus applicable fees, and are available via

In anticipation of the biggest heavyweight event in the U.S. since Mike Tyson-Lennox Lewis in 2002. The Wilder vs. Fury International Press Tour continues Wednesday in Los Angeles.