Fury Looks To Take Wilder’s “Heart”

Less than a week away from facing WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury looks to humble Wilder on Pay-Per-View.

Fury told the Sunday Telegraph: “I’m going to take Wilder’s heart away. It’s going to be a more humiliating performance than it was against Klitschko.

“Everyone says I won’t do it against a big puncher. But I did it against Klitschko and I will against Wilder. I’m going to have fun. Wilder is going to have the most awkward night of his life, believe me.

Fury claims that he has a plan and has found something no one has yet. “I see something with Wilder. And I’m not going to tell anybody until I reveal it on the night,” claimed the lineal champion. “There’s a chink in that armor.

“My movement and speed is enough to disarm anybody. My length is very underestimated. Wilder has never fought anybody bigger than him and he’s never had to punch up before. He’s never had to chase someone down who’s moving.

“With all power punchers, they’ve got to set their feet. He can’t land power punches on the move. He’s got to stand still and that’s something I don’t do.”

 

Initial Report: The Daily Telegraph

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