Fury on Klitschko: ‘A Wounded Animal Is Always Dangerous’
Tyson Fury is taking his rematch with Wladimir Klitschko very seriously, even turning into a vegetarian to trim down his waistline before their Summer clash.
During an interview conducted from his Dutch training base, Fury said he will “be massive” upon entering the ring in Manchester on July 9 and that he will “knock Klitschko out” when they meet.
Fury isn’t expecting an easy fight, and he says 40-year-old Klitschko “would beat anyone else but me,” but he sees only one winner.
“Holland has always been good for me,” Fury said to The Mail when speaking of his training camp. “Here I’m away from every distraction. Just me and my team. No visitors. No family. I have to concentrate on Wlad. He will be more dangerous than in the first fight. A wounded animal is always dangerous. He would beat anyone else but me. I have destroyed him mentally and physically. When we meet he’ll see I am massive. And I will knock him out. I am a bull.”