Tyson Fury brilliantly hits back at Deontay Wilder’s ‘steam train’ post with brutal snap of him punching rival in face

Tyson Fury has brilliantly hit back at rival Deontay Wilder’s ‘steam train’ Twitter post with a close up of him punching the American in the face.

The Bronze Bomber posted a GIF of himself acting as if he’s pulling a train horn.

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Fury responded with a picture of Wilder’s face taking a brutal punch, which got 44-times the amount of likes Wilder’s post got[/caption]

Fury was quick to respond, posting a snap of Wilder’s beaten up face taking a right hook from The Gypsy King.

The Brits brutal response got 44-times the amount of likes Wilder’s post got.

And fans have taken the opportunity to make the comments section a battleground ahead of next Saturday’s fight.

One fan shared a snap of Fury going down after a powerful Wilder punch in the first fight.

But was quickly reminded by a Fury fan that the Brit rose from the ashes and gave Wilder a run for his money for the rest of the round.

Another shared a video clip from the second fight of Wilder looking uncomfortable fighting off his back foot.

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Boxing fans then decided to figure out ahead of time, Wilder’s possible excuse for losing the trilogy fight.

One said: “Shorts too heavy.”

The pair have been going back and forth for some time, with Wilder warning Fury to ‘train your butt off as if your life depends on it’.

He said: “This fight right here, you better be preparing.

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“You better train your butt off as if your life depends on it, because your life depends on it. Don’t go up missing.”

Fury issued a short but sweet response, which fans loved.

The Brit responded: “I’m going to smash your f***ing face in, you p****, how’s that for a message?”

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