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Tyson Fury may be preparing for one of the biggest fights of his career on Saturday night as he takes on Deontay Wilder in Los Angeles, but he surely will have paused for thought today to look back on what he achieved three years ago today.

Fury will challenge Wilder for the one world heavyweight title he has never held at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles. His undefeated record sits at 40-0, with all but one win coming by way of knockout.

Wilder however angrily confronted Fury as the two men faced off on the dais, contrasting the two fighters' respective heritages in an expletive-laden rant.

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After dealing with some severe depression issues, Fury has racked up back-to-back victories in preparation for a fight against the likes of Wilder and Joshua.

Wilder then appeared to make contact with Fury's face to start the scuffle.

"He's only got confidence because Klitschko didn't throw no punches, that will give you confidence - if you've got a punching bag in the ring".

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"I'm here to do a job and enjoy myself, and I hope the boxing fans around the world are going to enjoy this fight as much as I will".

"I might have to fight, box, move or go in the trenches". "I've never seen him in the Olympics, I've never seen him medal".

"He wanted me to get a massive fine but I'm not that stupid".

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