TYSON FURY launched a scathing attack on Deontay Wilder, mocking the excuses the American came out with after their rematch last year.
Their trilogy fight takes place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday night.
Ahead of the eagerly-anticipated bout, Fury, 33, took aim at Wilder on social media.
And in the dig at the Olympian, a fired-up Fury listed all the excuses The Bronze Bomber made after losing their second fight.
An excerpt of the post read: “No excuses… but: Costume was too heavy. Fury’s gloves were loaded.
“I had weak legs. My water was spiked. Fury’s gloves had no padding. Had bicep surgery.
“I was a zombie. Disloyal trainer. Complications in camp.”
The post also included a number of conspiracy theories peddled by Wilder, including the 35-year-old’s claim that Fury had ‘egg weights’ in his gloves.
Fury blasted ‘reptile’ and ‘joke’ Wilder after he initially demanded £14million to fight for a third time.
The Wythenshawe boxer was originally set to fight Anthony Joshua, until a court ordered he would have to fight Wilder first.
However, Fury’s dream payday in taking on Anthony Joshua appeared to go up in flames last month.
AJ was outclassed by Oleksandr Usyk at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, losing his WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO heavyweight titles.
Joshua has already exercised his right for a rematch with the Ukrainian, which Fury wants to train his rival for.
Fury told FOX Sports Australia: “I believe that if I trained Anthony Joshua for the fight with Usyk, then he’d definitely win the fight.
“I’m offering my services to him – for me to train him for his rematch. And I guarantee he would win.
“I’d get him to fight like a big man.”