It was hard to understand if it was a scene straight out of a boxing press conference or just another moment in Comic-Con.
British heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury left an unforgettable moment from the media conference, as he emulated Batman in every possible way, putting on some brilliant entertainment in front of Wladimir Klitschko on Wednesday in an event in West London.
Fury, who is unbeaten in 24 fights, takes on the champion Ukrainian Klitschko in Dusseldorf, Germany, on 24 October for the WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight titles.
Fury, 27, arrived at the media event in a yellow Batmobile, and emulated the comic superhero in front of the media and the crowd as he leapt across the table and pinned down a man dressed as The Joker -- Batman's nemesis.
He then turned to Klitschko and said: "This is a fool, just like you are.
"I can already tell you're afraid because you've got the biggest gloves possible. You've never fought a Gypsy King before. I cannot wait. Welcome to my city, welcome to my town, UK baby.
"It's a very personal mission for me to rid boxing of a boring person like you. I've fallen asleep listening to you. You have as much charisma as my underpants – zero, none! You are a robotic person who is not exciting to watch. Jab, jab, hold, that's all you do."
Klitschko, who will go into his record-breaking 28th heavyweight title bout next month, admitted the actions of his younger counterpart were entertaining.
"I've never had such an entertaining press conference," Klitshcko, 39, said.
"I didn't expect [anything like that]. I did expect a lot of action in a certain way. I know Tyson Fury is acting a lot and some times he is really crossing the line where acting is defined as stupid. With the costumes and wrestling with The Joker and all of this, that was interesting.
Watch the hillarious footages from the media event on Wednesday (chronological order):
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