Tyson Fury has called out Deontay Wilder once again – but it didn’t go down well with fans.
Fury made his comeback to boxing on June 9 by beating Sefer Seferi in just four rounds.
The Mancunian is already looking to regain belts, having held the IWF, WBA and WBO titlesin the past.
One fighter he has set his sights on is Deontay Wilder, the 32-year-old with 40 wins in 40 fights.
“The WBC champion versus the lineal heavyweight champion of the world.
“Both unbeaten, both over 6ft 6in, both outspoken. The press comments would be epic, the fight would be serious, serious fireworks.
“Who would want to see that? Because I know I would.
Tyson Fury makes comeback victory against Sefer Seferi
“Bronze Bomber, are you game? Are you down or are you out? Holler at me or hit me up, as I need to know what’s going on.”
As the heavyweight turns to the camera, his trainer Ben Davison says: “Get ready for school, son!”
The 29-year-old coolly adds: “Take him to school like I did to Wladimir.”
This refers the self-proclaimed Gypsy King’s fight in November 2015, where he shocked the boxing world by knocking out Wladimir Klitschko.
But while Fury is keen to fight the “Bronze Bomber”, fans on Instagram do not think he is ready.
One fan said: “You’re not ready mate, that comeback fight was shocking.”
“Get a few good fights in first, you’re not ready, it’s early,” another fan added.
Fury will be back in the ring on August 18 at Windsor Park, Belfast, with his opponent yet to be announced.