Tyson Fury promised to beat Deontay Wilder even faster than they did the last time they fought.
On October 9, Fury (30-0-1, 21 KOs) will defend his world title for the first time against Wilder (42-1-1, 41 KOs) at the T- Mobile arena in the state of Nevada, United States of America.
At the age of 35, Wilder might have the last chance to avenge Fury in the next fight .
After his lopsided victory over Wilder early last year, the WBC Heavyweight Champion is feeling confident. However, the 33-year-old star appears unsatisfied, as he believes he will perform even better in the fight next month.
“This time, I’m going to absolutely obliterate him. It isn’t going to seven rounds this time, I’m going to get him out of there nice and quick.
He was the biggest puncher in history, but I knocked him out. I’m the biggest and toughest puncher. He’s only a threat in somebody’s nightmares but not in mine.
They’ve always got a puncher’s chance but so has every heavyweight out there. When I say I’m going to annihilate him, what did I say last time? I said I was going to drop him, knock him out, smash him and I did.
The "Gypsy King" has the advantage of confidence and a laid-back attitude.
In the last seven years I’ve had two years back and five years off so there are no miles on the clock. I actually feel sorry for Wilder. He’s had time to get over the beating, now has a new trainer, and more bag carriers and yes men.
I think he will come in fired up, but after one round he will realise he’s back where he started. If he couldn’t beat me after three years out and 10 stone weight loss, he never will.” –according to BritishBoxingNews.