Former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (25-0, 18 KOs) feels very confident in his ability to defeat current WBC heavyweight king, Deontay Wilder.
Fury watched with a lot of interest this past weekend, as Wilder was in serious trouble during the seventh round of his seventh title defense, but managed to stay on his feet and eventually recovered to win.
The undefeated puncher rallied strong before a crowd of over 14,000 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, and knocked down Luis Ortiz two times in the tenth round. He finished off the previously unbeaten challenger with a right uppercut as the referee stopped the fight with 55 seconds left in the round.
Fury, inactive since shocking Wladimir Klitschko for the WBO, IBO, WBA, IBF titles in November of 2015, is currently training for a ring return in the coming months.
A few months after that win, Fury traveled down to the United States and confronted Wilder in the aftermath of the WBC champion's knockout of Artur Szpilka at Barclays.
Fuyr's battle with depression and substance abuse would eventually cost him his titles and his license to box.
He recently reclaimed his license to box and cleared up an outstanding issue with UK-Anti-Doping, who claim the boxer tested positive for a banned substance in early 2015.
After watching his most recent fight, Fury feels more confident of beating him, and wants that fight no matter what happens.
"He's made for me. Whatever happens in his career, whether he gets knocked out in his next fight, I want to fight him, because we've got unfinished business," said Fury to Sky Sports.
"When I get in the ring, I'll really give him a good hiding. He's a good puncher and he has got a puncher's chance all the way through until the end of the fight. But I believe I've got the best boxing skills in the division, and I'll give him a boxing lesson, and then I'll stop him, all 15 stone of him."