Dillian Whyte claims "Wilder is a p***y" after easily matching bench press

Dillian Whyte “knows Deontay Wilder is a p***y” after easily matching the Bronze Bomber’s 310lb bench press.

Several days ago, Wilder posted a video on social media of him completing a 310lb bench press. While it was a slightly shaky effort, the former Olympian screamed in celebration with his coaching team and then proceeded to talk directly to Tyson Fury.

“I’m gonna be a train. You said you’re a semi-truck? I’m gonna run you over with a train baby.

“310. You better get your weight up.”

A day later, Whyte posted a response to Wilder on Instagram. The video showed the Body Snatcher easily dumbbell pressing the same weight as his heavyweight rival.

At the end of the clip, Whyte told his 430k followers “these guys are out here screaming, doing the little weights. That’s how I know Wilder is a p***y.”

The Body Snatcher, whose rivalry with Wilder has spanned several years, also used the caption of his post to mock his rival.

“Deontay Wilder screaming with the light weights. Coward I rep your max.

“Anytime, anywhere we must fight. Let’s go.”

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This latest back and forth between two of boxing’s biggest personalities comes just a few weeks after Wilder sent a chilling message to Whyte in an interview with Sky Sports.

"Dillian Whyte could have got this work.”

"He ain't nothing but s*** to my toilet paper, that I flushed a year ago.

“But let him keep fighting. Keep going, mate. Soon we shall see each other once more and see that he grow some type of balls.

"It doesn't matter to me what he said to me. Silence is golden.

“It's just like having many roaches and when you put that light on, they are going to scatter.

“You are going to kill some, but some of them are going to go get free. The ones that get free, you can only hope to get them when you put the lights on again. Run roach run.

"He is the bottom of my feet, the scum between my toes. That's what I look at him."

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Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder III is set to take place on July 24th at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, with the WBC and Ring Magazine heavyweight titles on the line.

The bout comes 17 months after Fury’s stunning seventh-round knockout of Wilder in their 2020 rematch. Neither man has competed since, and the Gypsy King will enter the clash as a heavy favourite.

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