Tyson Fury blasts Deontay Wilder after his horrifying comments about rival Dominic Breazeale and his kids

TYSON FURY has reacted angrily to Deontay Wilder's horrific comments calling for Dominic Breazeale to bring his son into the ring.

Wilder said in an interview this week: "My mind is already made up on that Breazeale fight, and, when it do happen, Imma make sure he brings his son on the stage to look the man in the eye that's gonna cripple his daddy."

 Tyson Fury reacted angrily to Deontay Wilder's comments

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Tyson Fury reacted angrily to Deontay Wilder's comments
 Wilder told mandatory challenger Dominic Breazeale to bring his son into the ring

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Wilder told mandatory challenger Dominic Breazeale to bring his son into the ring

And Fury said his heavyweight rival was "out of order to involve a child" in the trash talk between the two American boxers.

He tweeted: "Saying stuff like that is out of Oder & sad to involve a child, I pray for everyone I fight to do there best & get home safely. There is to much BS like this in boxing (sic)."

Wilder could face mandatory challenger Breazeale in the coming months but their rivalry dates back to an altercation in a hotel lobby last year.

The pair made separate comments on the incident in interviews this week and Breazeale asked Wilder to settle the score in the ring.

 Breazeale's only career defeat was to Anthony Joshua in 2016

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Breazeale's only career defeat was to Anthony Joshua in 2016

But Wilder, 32, who has held the WBC heavyweight belt since 2015, said he is likely to face Tyson Fury in November if negotiations can be agreed, although Fury is expected to face Kubrat Palev.

Before making the comments about Breazeale's son, Wilder said in his interview with FightHype: "We already know what Dominic Breazeale is doing. He's trying to talk me into fighting him, which is not working."

Fury, 29, made his return to boxing in June, beating Sefer Seferi at the Manchester Arena and a bout with Wilder could see him wrestle the WBC crown off the controversial American.

Breazeale, meanwhile, last fought in November when he beat Eric Molina and the only blot on his record remains the defeat to Anthony Joshua in 2016.

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TYSON FURY has reacted angrily to Deontay Wilder's horrific comments calling for Dominic Breazeale to bring his son into the ring.