Tommy Fury calls out Marsellos Wilder demanding fight go ahead as Deontay’s brother ‘doesn’t have a pair of balls’
TOMMY FURY has called out Deontay Wilder's brother Marsellos saying the American 'doesn't have a pair of balls'.
Wilder Jr laid down the gauntlet to Tyson Fury's younger brother earlier this week and Tommy has called for the fight to be put on in response.
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Speaking ahead of Fury's points victory over Jordan Grant on Saturday night, Marsellos, 32, who has lost two of his seven pro fights and last fought in November 2019, said: “Hey Tommy Fury, keep that same energy when you see me.
“You’re speaking on my name, but your team ain’t sent me a goddamn thing.
“I don’t do no capping. I’m a real life entertainer, boy.”
Tommy’s half-brother Tyson will take on Deontay in a trilogy bout on July 24 in Las Vegas.
And Tommy, 22, was asked if he'd be keen to battle Marsellos on the undercard.
He said: "It is what it is. It's a great match up. It makes sense. Let's get it on.
"At the end of the day, people misunderstand, I've got heart to burn and a pair of balls to burn and I know he hasn't at the end of the day.
"But they're quick to shout, calling everyone out. Everyone's calling me out.
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"Who doesn't want to fight me? It's all about moving in the right direction.
"But him, he's a slap on the back of your hand isn't he? He's no good.
"It is what it is. Whatever fight my dad picks next is the way we'll be going.
"My dad is in charge of my career, nobody else and I trust him with everything so it is what it is."
Tommy's dad John called out Jake Paul after his son's win on Saturday.
But Tommy is getting a bit fed up of everyone calling him out all the time.
He added: "It's all back and forward over media s***.
"Everyone wants to talk and type tweets and send videos but when they're there in person, no one wants to do a thing.
"Let them keep talking, I've got actual things to attend to and I want to keep getting better and better and that's it."
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