Deontay Wilder declared himself the A-side after insisting Tyson Fury solely bought 3,500 tickets for his conflict with Otto Wallin final month.
Fury beat Wallin on factors after battling by a nasty conflict, headlining on the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Wilder and Fury’s rematch is predicted to compete as boxing’s largest pay-per-view fight of 2020, however the WBC champion taunted his rival for failing to promote out the world, which seats round 7,000.
‘Now we know who sold all the pay-per-views [for the first fight],’ Wilder instructed reporters after a press convention.
‘This bro only sold 3,500 tickets. November 23rd will prove that even more.’
Reports in America declare Fury bought simply over 3,500 tickets, with an extra 3,898 complimentary tickets handed out to patrons of the occasion.
As Wilder introduced he would fight Luiz Ortiz on 23 November, he additionally confirmed he was shifting to Fox for the fight after Showtime declined to stage the rematch.
The first Fury fight was proven on Showtime and Wilder slammed the commentary workforce, taking intention at boxing analyst Paulie Malignaggi.
‘I beat Fury. The first four rounds is me easy, the fifth round is also,’ he mentioned.
‘The solely means folks transfer that narrative like that [is] due to the commentary, the commentaries of Showtime, Paulie Malignaggi, all of them, particularly Paulie.
‘I won the first four rounds easily.’