“He fought against 35 cans of tomatoes … his punches will bounce against me because I am bulletproof”: “Crazy” Tyson Fury starts the battle for the banter before the rematch with Deontay Wilder
- Tyson Fury wants to confirm Deontay Wilder’s impression that he is crazy
- Fury started the Banter’s fight with Wilder in days before their rematch
- He insisted that he was not afraid of the American and set his record
- “He fought against duck-egg dummies. If I can’t beat him, I’m not good, “Fury said
Tyson Fury was in a playful mood when the Brit Brit Pack reached the city.
The gypsy king set the tone for some lively disaster between him and Deontay Wilder in the final days before their heavyweight worlds hit revenge on Saturday night.
Fury went into a smiling description of the extreme violence he claims he will inflict on Wilder soon, using language that is so weird, colorful, and outrageous.
Tyson Fury unleashed the fight for joke with Deontay Wilder for Saturday’s rematch
It could not be printed in a family newspaper either. Words like p **** and a *** were among the mildest people who roamed around a table in the office with glass walls by promoter Bob Arum.
“We’re going to have some fun and games at the press conferences and the weighing,” Fury said. Let the mind games really begin. Because that was what the lurid fool was about.
Fury knows that Wilder thinks he is crazy and wants to confirm that impression. He says that ‘nothing scares me’ but knows that no boxer is happy to enter the ring with an opponent who has been beaten.
Wilder explained Fury twice in their epic heavyweight meeting in December 2018
Wilder can sometimes do the maniac, but not so convincingly. So the only thing that could make Fury a little worried is the legendary knockout power of the Bronze Bomber who has collected 41 knockouts in his undefeated 43-fighting career.
He also eliminated both strange men, including Fury twice in their epic draw 14 months ago. But the Gypsy King says: ‘No problem. He couldn’t stop me. People also think he’s the biggest puncher in heavyweight history, but it’s about who you fought.
“I almost always fought that I could lose. Deontay fought 35 supporters. They call them tomato cans here in the United States. Duck-egg dummies brought in his record. He has only had seven or so real fights.
‘The only really good man he has ever met is me and I just came back from three years old, weak as a robin and with hangers in front of the shoulders. If he couldn’t beat me, he certainly can’t beat me now.
The Brit said that Wilder’s professional record has been filled and that he has fought against ’35 tomato cans’
“The two KOs he had since our first fight were that big idiot Dominic Breazeale who ran a big shot in the first round and Luis Ortiz who is so old – 50 – that my nine-year-old son got him in the eighth round when his legs are so far away that he cannot walk.
“Deontay’s punches will bounce against me because I am bulletproof. If I can’t beat Deontay Wilder, I’m not good. I’m not going to die as a big or a champion. I would just go back to Morecambe and never sniff boxing again. And I doubt I would ever see him again. He would not come to Morecambe and I will certainly never live in Alabama. ”
Fury denied that although he got a huge knockdown in the final round around Wilder, it wasn’t his hardest fight.
The two undefeated giants collide on Saturday at the MGM Grand for the WBC world title
He says: ‘Actually, the two knockdowns apart were my easiest. Steve Cunningham – that cruiserweight that once had me in New York – was my hardest fight. He was hard and a good boxer. Deontay is a very limited boxer, albeit with a big punch, but not as difficult as a batter like Wladimir Klitschko and he couldn’t knock me down.
“What I saw 14 months ago was exactly the Wilder I expected and he will be the same again. The difference is that I am now stronger and fitter and even younger. And at the age of 34 he doesn’t get better. He will plateau or slide. “
Then it was back to the banter before the fight at the MGM Grand between two undefeated giants for the WBC, Lineal and Ring Magazine titles.
Asked what Wilder is most susceptible to, Fury joked: “Low strokes. He does not protect his groin. “
Wilder v Fury will be broadcast late on Saturday evening at BT Sport Box Office.