Tyson Fury savages Dillian Whyte as 'chinless piece of s*** and s***house' and threatens to smash Anthony Joshua in rant

Tyson Fury savages Dillian Whyte as 'chinless piece of s*** and s***house' and threatens to smash Anthony Joshua in rant

09/09/2021

TYSON FURY has blasted Brit boxing rival Dillian Whyte as a 'chinless piece of s***' in his latest rant.

The WBC heavyweight champ is in camp ahead of his trilogy fight against Deontay Wilder on October 9.


But the Gypsy King took some time out to post on Twitter to savage Whyte and promised to 'smash' the Londoner and rivals Anthony Joshua.

Fury wrote: "@DillianWhyte is a chinless piece of s***, who is a massive s***house was offered 5 mill to fight AJ and declined.

"I’m putting you on notice you bum try not to lose again before I smash u to bits in a keep busy fight for me before I smash @anthonyjoshua."

Whyte reportedly turned down a rematch against AJ – he lost the first – because he was offered only £4million.

Fury seems to be gunning for plenty of the sports big names – and not just boxers.

He recently called Matchroom promoter Eddie Hearn a 'southern w*****' during a chat with Manchester United legend Gary Neville.

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The Gypsy King also claimed Hearn tried to sign him and his failure to do so is the promoter's 'biggest regret of his life'.

He added: "I love to terrorise Eddie because he loves to talk s**t about people that he's got nothing to do with.

"All Eddie has ever done is talk rubbish about me because he knows it gets him hits and viewing figures on interviews.

"At the end of the day, what's he ever achieved in his life? He's never been a boxer.

"He goes around like he's world heavyweight champion, but he isn't. He's just a businessman.

"There's plenty of them out there but there's only one, real, heavyweight world champion – and that's me."

Hearn was quick to hit back in an interview with Boxing Social.

The promoter said: "[Fury] says I'm not a champion, I'm just a businessman – well obviously.

"But he and I have one thing in common: we both have the same amount of world heavyweight title defences, which is zero."

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