Security made sure the pair didn’t get too physical as they went nose-to-nose
Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder met again at the second leg of their press tour in New York on Tuesday.
The pair’s first press conference exploded as the American shoved the Brit after he got up close and personal, however this time the fireworks were of a better nature.
Teams had to monitor the pair once again when they went nose-to-nose, however there was no shoving and not so much bad language on this occasion.
Fury declared that he intends to make Wilder quit, while the WBC champion branded his opponent “nervous.”
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