WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury believes that he once he lands flush, it won't take much to topple IBF, WBO, IBO, WBA champion Anthony Joshua.
Fury and Joshua are in the process of finalizing the details for a unification showdown - being targeted to take place in the summer.
"It's pretty simple - [I just have to] hit him in the face a few times and he'll fall over. He doesn't have the biggest heart, he hasn't got the most resilience and he's not the hardest to hit. When I land it's gonna be over quite quickly," Fury told ESPN.
At the moment, the contest is looking likely to take place in Saudi Arabia.
The two boxers agreed on a two-fight series.
Fury is become impatient and wants at least two outings, regardless of who, to happen in 2021.
The 'Gypsy King' has been out of the ring since February of 2020, when he stopped Deontay Wilder in seven rounds to capture the WBC title at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
He hopes Joshua is the next fight.
However, with his inactivity growing it's getting to the point where Fury wants to simply stay activate and doesn't care who's standing in the other corner.
"I hope [Joshua is next]. I'm hoping and praying it's going to be AJ but I'm not going to wait around forever. I need to be active, I need to keep busy, and it's up to Top Rank to make that happen," Fury said.
"They're my promotional team and I'm sure they're going to keep me busy this year. I need two fights this year, regardless of who it's gonna be, let's make it happen."