Sunday, November 28, 2021

Tyson Fury Reveals The Round He Will Knock Deontay Wilder Out In Their Rematch

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Tyson Fury reckons he is going to stop Deontay Wilder in the second round of their rematch for the WBC heavyweight title in Las Vegas.

Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder
The pair meet for the second time on Saturday 22 February for Wilder’s green and gold strap, after their incredible draw in December 2018 which saw Fury rise off the canvas twice. Since then, both men have scored two victories, with the American extending his record to 42-0-1 and the Brit going to 29-0-1.
Barring another unlikely draw, one of the unbeaten stars will suffer their first defeat as a professional at the MGM Grand, and Fury expects that to be Wilder. The Gypsy King is not known for his knockout power, but expects to end the Bronze Bomber early, in fact, within the first six minutes.

‘I’m expecting a clean-cut knockout,’ Fury said. ‘It will be early on in the fight so we can all go out and get drunk! Have a good night in Las Vegas celebrating. I’m going to go for round two. I’ve been saying round two all camp and I’m going to stick by round two. I don’t know why, I don’t know when but round two is when it’s going to be.’

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Fury has scored a knockout in 20 of his 29 pro wins, but Wilder was completely unconcerned by his power when they fought for 12 rounds in Los Angeles, labeling the Brit as ‘pillow-fisted’.
The Gypsy King is happy for Wilder to make that comparison, though, and says he will use those pillows to put the champion to sleep. ‘I’m going to make sure they’re [my fists] are going to be extra ducked down feather goose pillows, just for him,’ Fury continued. ‘And you know what happens when you’re on an extra ducked down feather goose pillow, don’t you? You go to sleep nice and easy!’Photo Credit: Getty

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