“Heavyweight Kryptonite” Fury Feels He KO’s Wilder
After the two round showcase he had against Tom Schwarz, Tyson Fury shifted his focus momentarily to WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder.
“You know, Deontay Wilder is coming,” said Fury of his December 2018 opponent. “This fight’s gonna happen. There was three horses in the heavyweight division. And then there was two.”
“And I already beat him once, so I’ll beat him again and again and again. And he ain’t gonna fight 50 percent of Tyson Fury anymore. He’s gonna get a fully-match fit, back-active, back-sharp Tyson Fury.”
Wilder dropped Fury twice, once in the ninth, and nearly finished him in the 12th round of their December 2018 battle for the WBC title, and Fury feels that as long as he is on two feet, no one can stop him.
“You know, it’s heavyweight boxing and anything can happen at any given moment,” Fury said. “But the way I box, and my style, I think it’s kryptonite for anybody. As long as you don’t knock me out, which you’ve seen it can happen – but you’ve gotta keep me down. If they don’t do that, then I’ll keep winning.”
Report: Boxing Scene