Tyson Fury’s two fingers shaped like a shooter which was a sign of two rounds enough for WBC Heavyweight world champion Deontay Wilder to stay in the ring. The threat was made by Fury during the first face-to-face approach to the re-duel in Las Vegas, United States, on the 22nd of February.
Fury still seems curious about the draw in the first duel on December 1, 2018. Because of that, he replaced his coach, Ben Davison with Sugarhill Steward to get a new moment to drop Wilder.
“I’m looking for a knockout. It’s clear, I’m not looking for a winning figure in the United States. Because that’s why I hired a Kronk (Sasana) coach. Look at all the Kronk fighters, Wladimir Klitschko, they are looking for the right person, ” said Fury, who argued with the argument. Wilder.
‘I am looking for the right person to beat Wilder. Good night. I am looking for a knockout. If not, I will defend Ben Davison. I am fed up with the decision of winning numbers, I have a lot, but I want to drop it,’ he explained.
Fury hopes by training at Sasana Kronk which is known to produce world champion boxers will have a positive impact against Wilder. “The best man stood up. I had 20 knockouts in 29 wins. He knew he was rocked two or three times in the first fight but I never had the strength to solve it, ” he said.
The former undefeated heavyweight world champion boasted only giving Wilder two rounds in the ring. I will not run away. You don’t need to look for me. You will fall in two rounds. Two! He was eliminated in two rounds. Laugh now but when you are on your back, look at me?
‘If I’m stupid enough to be hit by that stupid right hand then I deserve to be ousted. He knows he doesn’t mess with people who give up easily. To defeat Tyson Fury you have to nail him to the canvas and if he can’t do that, I will eat it.’