- Tyson Fury challenged Ryan Reynolds to a fight after Wrexham beat Morecambe
- Fury lives in Morecambe and joked that he will take revenge on Reynolds
- Tyson Fury MUST care about legacy with Oleksandr Usyk next year – The Hook
Fury lives in Morecambe and wasn’t happy after his local side suffered a heavy defeat in League Two away to Wrexham, who are co-owned by Reynolds.
An own goal from Joel Senior saw Wrexham take an early lead, with Paul Mullin hitting a hat-trick, while Jacob Mendy and James Jones also managed to get on the scoresheet.
Wrexham are in second place in League Two, while Morecambe are 12th.
Following the game Fury took to Instagram and posted a mocked up image of himself fighting Reynolds’ Deadpool character.
Tyson Fury has challenged Ryan Reynolds to a fight after Wrexham’s 6-0 win v Morecambe
Wrexham, who are co-owned by Reynolds, secured a comprehensive win against Morecambe
Fury joked about fighting Wrexham co-owner Reynolds’ character from the Deadpool movies
The image included the Morecambe and Wrexham badges along with the words ‘Who would win in a fight?’, giving his followers the option to vote.
In September Fury vowed to call out Reynolds when Morecambe faced Wrexham.
Asked if he would attend the game between the two sides, Fury said: ‘Yeah, I’m going to call out Ryan Reynolds.’
Earlier this month it was confirmed that Fury will take on Oleksandr Usyk in Saudi Arabia on February 17.
Fury spoke about the importance of the fight and added that he has respect for Usyk.
He said: ‘Usyk has done everything he could possibly do so I have to respect him.
‘He’s done fantastic, just like Wilder, Joshua, Parker, myself.
‘We’ve all done fantastic, we are all multimillionaires who have changed our stars for the better
Paul Mullin (centre) scored a hat-trick as Wrexham prevailed in Saturday’s game
Fury is preparing for his fight against Oleksandr Usyk in Saudi Arabia on February 17
‘I don’t really know Oleksandr as a man because I’ve never been out with him for a beer or socialised. But from what I’ve seen he’s a God-fearing family man.
‘I have made them all millionaires. I just wish them good luck and good health and a good Christmas present.
‘But what a Christmas present they have got now. And they all need to thank Saudi Arabia because boxing has been on a nose dive.
‘Although without me this wouldn’t be possible. I have introduced Saudi Arabia and boxing to each other.
‘But I am not here for pats on the back and all that, I have my own fight in February.’