Heavyweight contender Deontay Wilder has continuously made cheating allegations against WBC world champion Tyson Fury.
In February 2020, Fury stopped Wilder in seven rounds to capture the WBC title.
Following that fight, Wilder made numerous claims that Fury cheated in the contest.
Among those claims, Wilder alleged that Fury manipulated his gloves by loading them with "egg weights."
Wilder has often referenced Fury's failed drugs test. The test in question was taken in connection with a win over Christian Hammer in 2015.
"Look at Tyson Fury's rap sheet, he's one of the biggest cheats in boxing, but do you ever hear about it? They don't care," Wilder told 78SPORTSTV.
"When it's all said and done, all over for me, I can look myself in the face, in the mirror and say, 'I did it the right way. It's all about money, boxing's all about money. It seems the people that have power in boxing don't care either because they're making excuses for these cowards."
Wilder and Fury will collide for a third time on October 9th at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
They were initially scheduled to fight in July - but the fight was postponed when Fury tested positive for COVID-19.
Wilder, who doubts Fury's COVID diagnosis, will pursue every legal avenue if Fury withdraws from the October date.
“If he don’t show up he’s going to have to suffer the consequences, the penalties that’ve been set forth. If he don’t fight, then pay me what you’re supposed to pay me. Then you have to give up that belt as well," Wilder said.
“So it’s a win-win situation for me, it’s a lose-lose situation for him. That’s the great thing about it cause, the saying has always said that history repeats itself. We know his actions are always the same, he’s done this many of times where he tries to get out of fights."