Deontay Wilder was left in no doubt about Tyson Fury’s intentions when he came to Las Vegas.
Fury, the world heavyweight champion, is gearing up for a trilogy clash with his American opponent this weekend, having knocked him out in February 2020 after their first fight ended in a draw. List of world heavyweight boxing champions
Wilder is counting on a fresh and improved technique to defeat Fury for the third bout in a row.
Although Fury shrugged: “I think you could go to college and get a Masters degree in nearly two years, so for a boxer to change his style is very easy to do.
“But no matter what Deontay Wilder does I’m still going to knock him the f*** out. In quick time, quick fashion.”
Following Fury’s technical knockout in the seventh round, Wilder has continually refused to recognise him as the WBC champion, insisting instead that their fight is far from finished.
“It simply tells you that I’m living rent-free in Wilder’s mind,” Fury continued. It took two years to complete the project.
“He sees Tyson Fury every time he looks in the mirror. He sees the Gypsy King every time he goes to bed and closes his eyes.
“He thinks of Tyson Fury every time he wakes up. Even when he’s with his missus in bed, he’s thinking about Tyson Fury.”