Read Also: Fury: I’m happy no British judge was selected ahead Wilder rematchInsults continued to fly between the two men, even when the broadcast cut to commercials.The tension was eased by the introduction of each fighter’s trainer on stage and the press conference ended without any further fireworks, or the customary final face-off.Fury and Wilder go to war again on Saturday night, with the winner expected to proclaim himself the best heavyweight in the division.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder had to be separated by security during a heated and lengthy stand-off before the final press conference.Advertisement Wilder was waiting for Fury when he was invited to make his entrance and the pair immediately went nose-to-nose at the centre of the stage.With no security in sight, the exchange quickly escalated before the Gypsy King shoved his rival after receiving a push from the Bronze Bomber. When calm was eventually restored and the fighters were convinced to sit down, Wilder opened with an angry statement rebuking Fury’s claim he had made the WBC champion a star.Wilder and Fury were immediately in each other’s faces‘This is the final countdown and well should be happy,’ he said.‘This is what we’ve been waiting for. ‘The biggest fight of both our lives.‘I’ve been waiting so long to put my hands on a body, but someone put on their running shoes.’The stand-off lasted for five minutes‘Don’t you ever forget who brought you back to big time boxing,’ Wilder said directly to Fury.‘The fans are here to see me do unfinished business.’Fury, who kept his hood up and dark shades on through-out the presser, responded: ‘Wilder is spouting rubbish.‘I gave him his biggest payday and brought him to Vegas.‘And this is how he thanks me? I’ve fed him, looked after him, he owes me.’Wilder shoved Fury Loading… The presser in Las Vegas was delayed by a full five minutes as security and team members tried to pull the heavyweights away from each other. Promoted Content9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooPretty Awesome Shows That Just Got CanceledTop 10 Tiniest Phones Ever MadeMind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It Appeared8 Things You Didn’t Know About CoffeeBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits EarthBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty Penny6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes
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Beckham will captain a Great Britain and Ireland XI, managed by Ferguson, against a Rest of the World team coached by Carlo Ancelotti on November 14 at Old Trafford. A number of Beckham’s former Manchester United team-mates will take part in the match, which aims to raise funds for UNICEF, but Keane will not be one of them. “That is part of the problem with some of the other players we wanted to play. “We have to pick a weekend where we felt we would get a lot of support and 3pm on Saturday does not happen very often.” Had Keane been able to accept the offer, it would have been just the second time the former midfielder had played for Ferguson since their famous bust-up in 2005. Keane had been an integral part of Ferguson’s team for 12 years, but Ferguson became angry with his captain after he delivered a damning critique of his team-mates on the club’s in-house TV station MUTV following a defeat to Middlesbrough. The Scot was unhappy about Keane’s brutally honest assessment of his team-mates and shortly afterwards he was sold to Celtic. Keane played again under Ferguson during his testimonial between United and Celtic in 2006, but the pair have had something of a frosty relationship since. Ferguson and Keane traded jibes about each other in their respective autobiographies. :: The UNICEF game featuring Beckham, which pits a Great Britain & Ireland XI v a Rest of the World XI is on 14 November, 3pm, at Old Trafford. Tickets available from manutd.com Beckham wanted Keane to play, but the former United captain had to turn the offer down because he is busy that week due to his commitments with the Republic of Ireland. “We have asked Roy but obviously he is on international duty,” Beckham said of Keane, who is assistant to Republic manager Martin O’Neill. David Beckham has revealed he wanted Roy Keane to return to Old Trafford and play under Sir Alex Ferguson in his charity match next month. Press Association