Dillian Whyte tells Deontay Wilder: ‘I’ll snap your back, skinny little freak’

Dillian Whyte has promised to “snap” Deontay Wilder’s back after dubbing him a “skinny little freak” on Instagram.

The Bronze Bomber is preparing to take on Tyson Fury in their rematch on Saturday night.

It comes 14 months after they last came together, ending in a dramatic draw.

Their face-offs in the build-up to the fight have been intense, regularly squaring up to each other and yelling across the room.

But Whyte, who has repeatedly called out Wilder for avoiding a bout, sent his own message to the American.

In the clip, the Bronze Bomber is training at the gym.

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While stretching, he breaks into a dance which sees the American work his way down to the floor.

Wilder swings his hips before giving a cheeky laugh.

The footage has been viewed more than 160,000 times since it was published on Whyte’s Instagram account on Friday night.

Accompanying the clip, he wrote: “Wow, just wow.

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“And this guy says I’m scared to fight him.

“You are a clown – I will snap your back and your neck, you little skinny freak.”

And fans of the Brit were left in stitches.

“Dillian ain’t ducking nobody,” one said.

Another commented: “Daggers.”

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While a third simply added: “Classic.”

But others were not in agreement about the outcome of a fight between the pair.

“Shut up man,” a fourth added.

“You’re embarrassing.”

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A fifth held nothing back, with: “Dillian, I like you but Wilder would end you in Round 1.”

With another writing: “Clownage has no bounds.”

And a final simply saying: “Joker.”

Fury and Wilder stepped onto the scales on Friday night, with the Gypsy King weighing in 42lbs heavier than the American.

The pair will step into the boxing ring at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas, on Saturday night.

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