Tyson Fury – Deontay Wilder 2nd Best Heavyweight, Will KO Anthony Joshua
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Fury is looking to overcome Wilder again before moving on to the anticipated meeting with fellow countryman and unified heavyweight titlist Anthony Joshua. The fight will have the undisputed status at stake and with Wilder possible coming up late this year, Joshua- Fury fight should come up in early 2021.
Tyson Fury is taking his preparations for Wilder trilogy fight seriously and believes that the ones unbeaten 100% Knockout record holder will defeated any other heavyweight and shouldn’t be taken lightly.
“Deontay Wilder is the second best heavyweight in the world; I believe he knocks out Anthony Joshua and everyone else behind me,” Fury said to the Lockdown Lowdown.
“As I’m a realist, in heavyweight boxing, and messing with the most vicious puncher in history, I’m not overlooking anyone. Deontay Wilder is still the most dangerous boxer for me; even after a defeat he’s still the most dangerous because when a fighter gets beat he can either come back ten times stronger or fold.
“I believe Deontay Wilder in the way he carries himself and believes in himself he’ll come back stronger and with a better game plan and he’ll try harder and try to do things differently.
“I’m not saying he can but he’ll give it a try which makes him more dangerous. If I don’t focus 110 percent like last time there won’t be any other fights and I’ll just be carried out the ring on a stretcher.”