Deontay Wilder Predicts December KO Of Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua Wants Next

Adjust Comment Print

Deontay Wilder claims that he is partly responsible for Tyson Fury's return to the ring but says he will knock the former champion out when they meet for the WBC heavyweight title.

Fury then leapt to his feet, taunting Wilder: "I want to feel his power... come on, get up, let's have a little body spar..."

Wilder said: 'Hey Joshua, me and Fury have got this thing going on to see who is the biggest and baddest in the world, to see who is champion, one face, one name, something you was too coward to do. "I'm the linear heavyweight champion of the world, the best of the best", Fury had said.

Fury suggested Wilder's camp had only taken the fight because "I've had two fights in three years, they think I'm done". Every last one of you saying things over again, you manipulated it, you conjured it.

More news: Sen. Lindsey Graham got really, really mad at the Kavanaugh hearing

The pair continued to trade insults as Fury got up out of his seat and asked Wilder to demonstrate his punching power.

The Briton faces American Wilder, 32, at the Staples Center on 1 December in just the third fight of his comeback.

"I want to feel it".

Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder have been on a collision course for a number of months now.

More news: New Jersey Man Dies from 'Brain-Eating' Amoeba

Wilder and Joshua were set to fight this year but couldn't agree a deal, with the American boxer making his frustration over the situation clear. If we fought 30 times, I would win 30 times.

"But boxing is an emotional sport and we've done everything to make that fight happen".

"No 15-stone man, like I said before in NY, there is not a 15-stone man on the planet that can beat Tyson Fury and I will stand and prove what I will do to this idiot".

More news: Raj Kapoor's wife, Krishna passes away