- Tyson Fury has thrown shade at his American opponent Deontay Wilder ahead of their trilogy fight
- The British heavyweight fighter shared a video of his mural beating the Bronze Bomber in their second bout
- Both heavyweights will clash for the last time on December 19, 2020, at the Raiders Stadium in Las Vegas
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Tyson Fury has praised an incredible mural of him pounding Deontay Wilder ahead of their much anticipated trilogy fight later in the year.
The Gypsy King appreciated the colourful creation of him dominating his American opponent made by Liverpool-based artist John Culshaw.
The 32-year-old stopped the former champions in the seventh-round via a TKO in Las Vegas and both are set to do it one more time.
And the British heavyweight boxer believes the mural is a massive boost for him as he shares the video on his Instagram story.
"So I've got me mural done, in my gym; the Tyson Fury Foundation.
"BOOM! HAVE THAT, WILDER! Haha.
"What a painting. John... fair play, that is impressive. Very impressive," Fury said on the clip.
Fury versus Wilder match is set for December 19, 2020, at the new 65,000-capacity, £1.5billion Raiders Stadium in Las Vegas.
And plans are ongoing to allow 10,000 to 15,000 fans into the arena despite the coronavirus concerns.
Promoter Bob Arum told ESPN they are willing to fill almost a quarter of the new stadium in the audacious plan.
Arum said: "That's what we're moving ahead on, on all fronts, with the security, with the virus, and everything.
"We're talking with everybody here in town, with the Raiders.
"So we're optimistic that we'll be able to do the event in Nevada, in Las Vegas."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Tyson Fury believes he can end his mega heavyweight fight in 2021 against Anthony Joshua in a first-round knock out.
Both British fighters signed a two-fight deal earlier in the year with all the belts in the heavyweight division put on the line.
In a question and answer session with fans on social media Fury claimed: "I would batter Joshua inside the first round."
Legit.ng had earlier reported Reigning WBC champion Tyson Fury has vowed to destroy his rivals Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua when they clash as reported by Daily Star.
The Gypsy King already showed the quality he is made of after dispatching the Bronze Bomber in their second bout in February.
Fury handed the American boxer his first professional defeat in the heavyweight category after forcing him to kiss the canvass in the seventh round.
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