Tyson Fury is promising a very brutal beating, following by a knockout, when he faces WBC heavyweight world champion Deontay Wilder on Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Fury fought Wilder to a controversial twelve round split draw in December 2018. Fury went down twice in the contest.
After parting ways with the trainer of his last five fights, Ben Davision, and hiring American coach SugarHill Steward, Fury has promised to close the show before the distance.
Wilder is also predicting a brutal knockout victory - so fireworks are expected in the fight.
Viewed as the most dangerous puncher in the sport, Wilder has knocked out almost every opponent that he ever faced in the ring.
And while he almost got knocked out in the first outing, Fury does not view this bout as a dangerous proposition.
“I look at Wilder and I don’t see a tough fight. I see a long-legged p-ssy that I’m going to break in. A big 6ft 7in virgin that ain’t been rodded before. I’m going to bend him over and scuttle him backwards nice and slowly. I will break him in. I am going to give him his first loss. That’s what I’m going to do to Deontay Wilder," Fury told UK outlet INews.
“The Gypsy King is going to dethrone him, rip his heart out and feed it to him. It’s Las Vegas. I want to put on a show. Wilder is not going to beat me. His power is not going to hurt me. I want a knockout this time. I’d prefer to go down swinging than outbox him and not get the decision.
“I’m going to make it so that I’m in control and I take it out of anybody’s hands. I’ll step him up until he can’t go anymore, until he is going to quit or he is knocked out.”