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Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will go face-to-face at a press conference tomorrow; their first meeting since their second bout early last year.

Fury stopped Wilder in the seventh round of their highly-anticipated heavyweight title rematch last year, and they will now go to a trilogy on July 24 in Las Vegas.

And now they'll meet in Los Angeles, California for the first time since that fateful night at a media event to promote their upcoming third fight.

The press conference will kick off at 9pm British time, which is 1pm local time on the American west coast, where Fury has been preparing for the bout.

Wilder has made sporadic appearances over the last few months, including an interview with YouTube channel 78SportsTV, but this will be his first public showcase since the loss to Fury.

The pair fought to a controversial draw in December 2018 at the Staples Centre, before a massive rematch at the MGM Grand Garden Arena 14 months later.

Fury dropped Wilder twice during the bout, and eventually the American's corner threw in the towel as his opponent was raining down punches in the corner.

Wilder and Fury face off tomorrow at a press conference
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And despite initially appearing to accept the result and embracing the Manchester-born fighter, Wilder has since disputed the result, levelling a number of wild accusations against Fury.

He first claimed that his ring walk suit weighed him down on the way to the ring, and has since said that he believes his water was spiked.

But the most intense accusation against Fury is that he tampered with his glove, resulting in harder punches being landed on Wilder's head.

Fury has denied all the allegations, and the WBC, who sanctioned the bout for their heavyweight title, have said they won't pursue any investigation, but it hasn't stopped Wilder from repeating them multiple times.

"I smashed him to pieces," Fury told the Daily Mail ahead of the trilogy fight.

"He felt like he’d been run over by an 18-wheeler. Make that a six-foot-niner – then he lost the plot completely with all those mad allegations.

"I haven’t spoken to him since that night but he’s had a lot of mental issues. I would be the best person to help him. I will if he wants. Maybe not before July 24!"

And Fury is hoping that it's a more competitive bout this time around than it was at the MGM Grand Garden Arena last February.

"I hope he brings a lot more to the ring than last time," Fury added.

"That was a one-sided beat-down but I love real challenges. I didn’t think he would take the trilogy fight but he’s proved me wrong.

"Either he’s a glutton for punishment or he’s just coming for the money, because he knows he can’t win.

"At least it will be over quicker for him. He won’t last seven rounds this time."