Deontay Wilder gatecrashes Tyson Fury weigh-in to trade insults with rival

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Following the weigh-in, Wilder and Fury clashed outside, with the two fighters separated by security.

Since then Anthony Joshua has scooped up the belts vacated by Tyson Fury during his absence, while Deontay Wilder WBC title, thought to be equally prestigious.

Wilder will be ringside for Saturday's fight, according to ESPN, and a future showdown between him and Fury could be announced immediately afterward, assuming Fury defeats Pianeta.

So, it could be real or could not be. but one thing's for sure, it's a hell of a lot of fun. Joshua will fight Alexander Povetkin on September 22 at Wembley Stadium, and Wilder could be destined for a fight with Fury later this year.

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Deontay Wilder was in attendance after crashing the weigh-in, shouting his trademark "BOMBZQUAD" phrase while clashing with Tyson's father, John.

A date of 17 November in Las Vegas has been prepared for their anticipated fight and Fury demonstrated further signs of progress by weighing in at 18st 6lbs - significantly lighter than the 19st 10lbs he was for his comeback fight against Sefer Seferi in June.

Wilder and Tyson Fury then came face-to-face in the lobby of the Europa Hotel, with dozens of fans holding them apart.

Pianeta weighed in at 18st 2lbs ahead of the fight, which is on the same bill as Carl Frampton's bout with Australia's Luke Jackson, who fight for the former's interim WBO featherweight title.

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