Tyson Fury’s father, John, has predicted that his son will force Deontay Wilder into retirement when the two heavyweight titans clash in Las Vegas next month.
Fury will try to defend his WBC belt on October 9 during the two rivals’ trilogy, after taking a technical knockout victory in February 2020.
And Fury senior is optimistic about the Gypsy King’s chances against Wilder, predicting there will be “blood and wounds” and labeling the American a “one-trick pony.”
Tyson Fury’s Dad, John, Has Predicted His Son Will Force Deontay Wilder (R) into Retirement
Fury defeated Wilder via technical knockout last February and will defend his WBC title next month
“Tyson will retire him this time,” he continued BT Sport’s Heavyweight Debate. “After this he will never box again, he will be smashed to pieces, smashed to pieces.
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John (pictured) also tipped to be ‘blood and wound’ at the third grudge match
“He was humiliated last time, abandoned all of America, Tyson smashed him to pieces. He’s lucky to be boxing Tyson again for the third time.
“He doesn’t deserve it, after that last gig it should have been him and AJ.”
John has also hinted at a certain combination that Fury will try to put together to crash Wilder onto the canvas.
“This man is just a bump in the road,” he added. “We have the antidote for him, which I can’t discuss on camera because we’re going to perform it that night and that will be the end of Deontay Wilder.
Wilder (left) will be ‘smashed to pieces’, Fury predicts, and has also been labeled a ‘wanderer’
‘People who like blood and snot everywhere, and wounds, they’ll have a good night, trust me, because he’ll get it right.
“I want him to stand up for what he says about discrediting my son’s achievements and stuff.
“Come on, take on this bum, because that’s what he is, a bum.
‘A one trick pony, a big right hand, he has nothing, he has no physical strength, legs worse than mine.
Fury was in a typically bullish mood before the fight and is confident he will win again
‘I have better legs myself at 55. He’s got nothing to beat Tyson with, only if Tyson were sleeping at work and that’s not happening.”
Wilder made a last minute addition to his coaching team ahead of his showdown with Fury, bringing in longtime UFC cutman and boxing coach Don House.
House is an accomplished trainer, having worked with the likes of Floyd Mayweather and UFC fighter Nick Diaz in the past.
Scott, meanwhile, was brought on board after Wilder knocked out Mark Breland — accusing him of stopping his rematch with Fury too early.
Don House, a legendary UFC cutman and boxing coach, treats MMA star Nick Diaz
Johnny Fisher (right) is sparring with Fury and has praised him for the showdown
With the ravishing grudge match fast approaching, Fury’s sparring partner Johnny Fisher has insisted that the Briton is the most talented boxer in the world at the time.
“It’s tall and elusive, but it always stays with you. He has this way of putting pressure on you without doing too much work, just because of his sheer size, his build, his anatomy,” Fisher said. air sports.
“The pressure, the skill, the punch output, the angles from which he throws his hands are not like a conventional heavyweight.
“He’s the whole package — he can move, he can box, he can punch, he’s strong, he’s got the brains, the height and the reach. He’s a nightmare to spar!’