Fury & Wilder Both Guarantee Knockouts
Tyson Fury is calling his shot against Deontay Wilder and guarantees it will be an early night on February 22nd inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
“The consensus is that either he knocks me out, or I win on points,” Fury said of his rematch against Wilder for the latter’s WBC world heavyweight championship. “I’m looking for the big right hand to nail Wilder,” Fury revealed. “Good night. I’m looking for the knockout.”
“I won’t run. You won’t have to look for me. You’re going down in two rounds. Two! He’s getting knocked out in two rounds.”
“That’s why I’ve employed the Kronk [gym] trainer who specializes in sitting down on the right hand,” Fury said of his new trainer Sugarhill Steward, who replaces Ben Davison. “Look at all the Kronk fighters, Wladimir Klitschko even, they look for the big right hand.”
“It’s the Kronk style, so it’s not hard to figure out,” Steward said of their plan to dethrone Wilder. “What did Emanuel like the most? If you know that answer, you know the plan Tyson spoke about.”
“It’s so simple, you could miss it.”
“When you have power, there’s no way around it,” Wilder warned of his concussive right hand. “You can’t prepare for it. I gave this man a concussion the first time, he doesn’t know how he went down or how he got up.
“This is unfinished business that I will finish. I will knock him out. I’m the king of the jungle. I’ll rip his head off. I’ll knock him through the ropes.”
Transcribed by Sky Sports