Tyson Fury's brutal sledge for heavyweight 'bum' Deontay Wilder

Riley Morgan
Sports Reporter

Tyson Fury is never one to shy away from a fight and the ‘Gypsy King’ was quick to call out Deontay Wilder after the ‘Bronze Bombers’ unbelievable knockout win on the weekend.

Deontay Wilder once again proved why he is feared in the ring after a stunning seventh round knockout of Ortiz that left the boxing world in awe.

But the man expected to face off against Wilder next, Fury, was already taking shots at the champion following the bout.

Fury scored a draw against Wilder in their bout earlier this year with many critics claiming the Gypsy King should have won on points.

Tyson Fury called out Deontay Wilder on social media following the Bronze Bomber's knockout victory. (Getty Images)

But Fury also felt Wilder’s sensational power when he was floored in the 12th round before incredibly getting to his feet to finish the fight.

Despite this, Fury took to social media to hype up their expected encounter claiming he would outbox the Bronze Bomber in their rematch.

Wilder said following the fight Fury would most likely be his next opponent at the beginning of next year.

‘Biggest puncher in history’

Deontay Wilder's stunning KO victory over Luis Ortiz in Las Vegas showed again why he's considered one of hardest hitters boxing has ever seen.

Incredibly, the trainer of his biggest rival, Tyson Fury, is adamant the American is the most powerful puncher in the history of the sport.

“He’s the biggest puncher not just in heavyweight history, but in boxing history," Ben Davison said when asked where Wilder sits among the sport's greats.

It's a massive statement that Mike Tyson fans would no doubt dispute.

What can't be disputed is the unrivalled punching power Wilder possesses over his current fellow heavyweights.

Many good judges had Wilder losing all six rounds prior to the punch that left his opponent unable to continue.