Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte swap insults in vicious social media row as fight talk escalates

Whyte and Fury didn’t hold back (Picture: Getty)

Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte have ramped up their furious war of words on social media.

Fury is set to defend his WBC heavyweight title against Deontay Wilder on 9 October. But on Wednesday, ‘The Gypsy King’ unveiled a sensational four-fight plan to follow that bout which he hopes to kick off against Whyte in December.

Fury and Whyte have been circling each other for some time with the Brixton man spending the last few years within touching distance of a shot at the WBC title.

And Fury’s comments have now sparked a vicious exchange between the British heavyweights on Twitter.

Whyte wrote: ‘Hey coke head if you serious about fighting me you and fish eyes Frank Warren stop talking s**t and let’s do business not just talk s**t online you know where I am at.’

Fury must first get past Wilder on 9 October (Picture: Getty)

Fury goaded Whyte again by declaring their proposed bout a ‘keep busy fight’ before his showdown with Anthony Joshua next year.

Fury added: ‘Dillian Whyte is a chinless piece of s**t who is a massive s**thouse was offered 5 mil to fight AJ and declined.

‘I’m putting you on notice you bum, try not to lose again before I smash you to bits in a keep busy fight for me before I smash Anthony Joshua’.

Whyte continued to reference Fury’s past struggles with cocaine abuse, which contributed to the Manchester fighter battling with depression and suicidal thoughts before returning to the ring to become a world champion.

‘Coke head don’t talk about what you don’t know talk about the two times you got ordered to fight me and p*****d you gypsy coward you know where I am at coke head hit me up baby I got you covered.’

Fury responded: ‘It’s ok I’ll give you a small payday, before I KO you. Then it will be back to selling coke for you dosser.’

With Fury gearing up for his trilogy fight against Wilder, Whyte is preparing for a fight on 30 October back in London against an opponent still to be named.

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