Tyson Fury was a very interested observers in Saturday's big heavyweight clash.
WBC world champion Deontay Wilder returned to the ring and scored a crushing first round knockout of mandatory challenger Dominic Breazeale at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
It was Wilder's first bout since going to a controversial twelve round split draw with Fury back in December 2018 in Los Angeles.
Wilder landed one right hand that sent Breazeale crashing down and out. Breazeale barely beat the count of ten and was out on his feet when the fight was waved off.
Breazeale's only other loss came to Anthony Joshua back in 2016. It took Joshua seven rounds to stop him.
Fury believes Wilder will do the same to Joshua, who holds the WBO, IBO, WBA, IBF titles. And he says Wilder would end Whyte in similar fashion.
But Fury feels confident that he would beat Wilder in a rematch.
"I would just like to say well done to Deontay Wilder in knocking out Dominic Breazeale. I got that prediction quite correct. Anyone who wants to go toe-to-toe with Deontay Wilder will have the same fate as Dominic Breazeale and the rest of his 40 other victims. Anthony Joshua, you’ll get it as well - the same thing will happen to you mush. Dillian Whyte, you’ll get it as well," Fury said
"The Bronze Bomber is the most fearsome, most destructive puncher in the heavyweight division. It’s just a pity that he had to lose to the Gypsy King. Anyone who wants to stand in front of Deontay Wilder, he will knock them out.
"Deontay Wilder is the second baddest man on the planet behind the Gypsy King AKA Tyson Fury , the number one heavyweight in the world. Nobody can beat me, I can’t be touched."
Fury returns to the ring on June 15, when he faces Tom Schwarz at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.