Fury Wants Fight Of His Life Against Wilder
For all of the hype and smack talk, Tyson Fury is preparing for Deontay Wilder as if its the toughest fight of his career.
During a media conference call, lineal heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury, was asked if Wilder would match the challenge of his 2015 win over Waldimir Klitschko, the “Gypsy King” said that, “I’m hoping it’s going to be the toughest fight of my life. That’s what I’m preparing for, so if it’s anything less, than it’ll be easy for me.”
“Because every fight that I fight is the biggest fight of my life up until that moment. They’re all the biggest fights — all of them. My last fight, the fight before that, the fight before that — they’re all the biggest fights because I don’t look back in the past. I only look forward to the future. So every fight that I come across is my biggest challenge to date.”
Fury stepped back during the call and took stock of what stood before he and WBC champion Deontay Wilder on December 1st. “The location is fantastic. To be in America, boxing on U.S. PPV, boxing in Los Angeles — it’s a fantastic place,” claimed Fury, who enters his first world title fight in over three years on December 1st.
“I’m happy to be a part of such a massive event. I’m sure it’s going to go down in American boxing history. It’s the first time you’ve got two unbeaten world heavyweight champions — both giants, both have got big points to prove — fighting each other. I’m as excited as a boxing fan.”