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Tyson Fury declares Deontay Wilder a skinny-legged, super noodle who will eaten up in their next clash

By Reuters
19 January 2020   |   12:54 pm
Heavyweights Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury have both promised knockouts to avoid going to the judges' scorecards when they meet again on Feb. 22 in Las Vegas with Wilder's WBC world title on the line.

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