Tyson Fury rode into the ring on a throne as he prepared to fight Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas. The Gypsy King, never one to miss the chance for an eccentric entrance, showed his pomp and glory on the way into the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
Fury was looking to defeat Wilder and win the WBC heavyweight title after the controversial draw in December 2018.
And he took to the arena sat on a throne and carried in as he entered first ahead of the champion.
Wilder held onto his belt last time the two met after putting Fury down, despite most agreeing that Fury was in control of the battle.
Wilder himself with just as much glitz and glamour with an extraordinary black body costume that featured diamonds and lights.
Fury has been criticised for putting on too much weight for the fight, weighing in his second heaviest at 273 lbs, 17 pounds heavier than the previous fight.
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Floyd Mayweather believes that decision will be a mistake.
“I think with Fury, he’s a lot heavier than he was from the first fight, right?” he said.
“I’m not quite sure why? I thought he would want to be quite a bit lighter.
“He’s got good movement, though. He can still come in and out at his heavier weight.
“Wilder has put on more muscle, he’s more lean, I’m not sure how he’s put on that much muscle, though.”
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