Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder separated once again at news conference
By PA Sport
Last Updated: 04/10/18 12:12am
Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder had to be separated once more as their final news conference in Los Angeles got heated ahead of their WBC heavyweight title bout on December 1.
The pair were held back by security after pushing each other and the conference had to be cut short for the second time in three days.
After the initial question and answer session passed off without too much trouble, Wilder accused Fury of being nervous as he taunted the American over his appearance and skinny stature.
Fury then pushed Wilder and as Wilder went for Fury, with the security staff between them, the British boxer shadow boxed and shouted: "Any time of day, seven days a week, twice on Sunday. Bring it on.
"He needs all his men, I don't need nobody.
"I came to America on my own, I stand my ground against any man born from his mother. Come on, you big dosser."
At that point the press conference was abandoned.