Deontay Wilder sensationally accused Tyson Fury of illegally charging his glove in his dominant victory over the Bronze Bomber in February.
Now months later, with the two planning to meet again for the third time, Wilder’s younger brother Marsellos says the former champ had a dent in the head that claims it could not have been caused by a glove or a punch.
The 31-year-old, also a boxer, went to Instagram to accuse Fury of using a blunt object, citing the doctor’s opinion and the result of an autopsy.
He also claimed that “the king will rise again” in revenge.
There have been many conspiracy theories that claim that Fury’s gloves have been tampered with and this has allowed him to hit where there was no pillow.
However, Fury’s charlatan, Jacob ‘Stitch’ Duran, hastened to belittle any talk about possible tampering.
“I’ll give you the facts, the Nevada State Athletic Commission is one of the best commissions in the world,” he said, according to Social boxing.
“They handle gloves until it’s time to put them on. There hasn’t been any kind of tampering. I was there. It’s just a great myth.
“It didn’t happen. That’s why you have inspectors there to make sure everything is followed in the guidelines. None of this happened, but it’s useful for discussion.
“It’s going to fade away. It’s not even true, it’s not even close to being true.”