The glamorous fiancee of heavyweight boxing star Deontay Wilder has let rip at Tyson Fury ahead of their crunch clash on Saturday.
Telli Swift shared an Instagram post that read: "Told old boy he's going to get knocked the f*** out.
"Bronze Bomber about the catch another body."
The message was originally posted by an Instagram follower, but was shared by Swift as a story.
Swift has been an ever-present pillar of support for Wilder, who drew with Fury in their sensational fight at the end of 2018.
Fury dominated large periods of the bout but fell to the canvas late on after Wilder unleashed an incredible flurry of punches.
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But somehow he got up, before the judges controversially announced the fight as a draw.
Commenting on how they met, Swift previously said: "We met at LAX airport four years ago.
“We saw each other from a distance at check in, then again at TSA, then he finally spoke to me while we were both going to our gates.
“While we were talking my friend came over (and) … I completely stopped talking to him and he left.
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“Leave it to IG DMs — we got in touch with each other two weeks before my family reunion which so happened to be in Alabama where Deontay is from. The rest is history.”
Ahead of the fight, Fury said: “I couldn't have done anything more. I am feeling ready to go. I have not left any stones unturned.
“Every box has been ticked and I have finished the training and all that has to be done.
"Well, being that I have knocked all of my sparring partners out cold then yeah, I am definitely looking like a beast.”
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But he added he has suffered injuries in training.
He said: "Unfortunately I hurt both legs, and both ankles, in the training camp.
"But it’s not going to affect me in the fight because that was at the beginning of camp.
"It was an unnecessary accident, but, you know, things happen."
- Deontay Wilder
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