Tyson Fury has never been one to hold back on his trash talk and lived up to his reputation when he called out Jarrell Miller in 2018.
However, the ‘Gypsy King’ was not calling out the American for a standard bout.
Fury made a 30-second video demanding that Miller face him at his training base in Big Bear, California, where he was preparing for his first fight with Deontay Wilder.
The Brit told the American he would stake $100,000 on a spar or bare-knuckle fight to settle their differences.
They had previously exchanged words in the media over their sparring session several years prior.
Fury began: “This is a callout video to the fatboy, Jarrell Miller.
“Get yourself up here, bring a hundred grand with you and me and you will have a fight in the ring. Winner takes all, cash.
“I put you down seven times in Lancaster, Lancashire. I’ll put you down ten times in Big Bear, California, you fat p***k.
“Get yourself up here, any time, any place, anywhere.
“You want a spar or you want a bare-knuckle fight? Get yourself up here, you fat p***k.”
Unsurprisingly, the callout did not result in a bare-knuckle fight between the pair.
They instead went their separate ways with Miller failing multiple drugs tests across 2019 and 2020.
He is currently banned from boxing as a result.
Meanwhile Fury drew with Wilder first time around, but stopped him in their rematch and is now the WBC heavyweight champion of the world.