By Aaron Stokes, courtesy of The Daily Star
TYSON FURY has reviewed Deontay Wilder's last six fights - and provided a hilarious analysis of his upcoming opponent.
The 'Gyspy King' will become the 40th man to take on Wilder when the pair meet in Las Vegas on December 1.
Fury has been training hard at Big Bear Lake in California, a world-famous training camp located 7000ft above sea level.
But the former world champion has taken time out of his busy schedule to sit and analyse Wilder's last six professional bouts - and his feedback is quite devastating.
“His last six fights are the only fights that really count," he told BT Sport.
"[Bermane] Stiverne, a small heavyweight who was old and finished.
"Johann Duhaupas, a Frenchman that has no ability but tries hard. Wilder didn’t hurt him once in the fight.
"Eric Molina, a school teacher who got lucky - took him nine rounds to get rid of him. Artur Szpilka, who’s lost all his fights by knockout even up until today; a bit of movement and he gave him problems.
"Gerald Washington, a football player with a bit of a jab; he gave him problems for five rounds until he landed - not a boxer though.
"Then there was [Luis] Ortiz who forgetting his age, was a good man, but we know father time catches up with everybody."
Fury himself has not faced a real test since beating Wladimir Klitschko back in 2015.
The 30-year-old was banned from the ring after that fight - after failing a drugs test.
And Fury's two recent comeback fights have provided little information as to how he will deal with WBC champion Wilder.
But boxer Dereck Chisora feels his British counterpart will struggle against the American.
"I’m always going to be rooting for the Union Jack but I believe this fight has come too soon and Fury has taken the fight too early,’ Chisora said.
"He has got his own demons that he has to fight first.
"He is saying to the people that he’s not fighting those demons anymore and I find that hard to believe."