& # 39; He's the one who shouldn't worry & # 39; Tyson Fury infects Deontay Wilder and insists he has nothing to fear the Americans for their rematch
- Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will fight in their February 22 rematch
- The British fighter insisted he had nothing to fear from his opponent
- Fury believes he has taken the biggest punches from Wilder and come through them
Tyson Fury has warned Deontay Wilder that he has already taken and not defeated the best punches of the Americans prior to their February 22 rematch.
The couple played a draw in their first fight on December 1, 2018, with Fury having twice recovered from the canvas in rounds nine and 12 after being beaten by his rival.
The British fighter mocked Wilder and told the Americans that he could not kill him and that he would be punished if they met in Navada this weekend.
Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder fought off a sign during their first meeting in December 2018
Fury spoke on a conference call, saying, "It's not a stress for me to enter the fight." I have been for 12 laps, boxed him quite comfortably, taken his best shots, got up, shot back at him.
The one who should be interested in him is Deontay Wilder, because he is a one-trick pony with him, a knockout artist, but he has walked me twice in two, nine and 12, defeated.
& # 39; And he had me ready for more than two minutes in each round and he couldn't finish me. It was like on Mortal Kombat. They said, "Finish Him !," and couldn't finish it.
& # 39; So yeah, he's the one who shouldn't worry. He landed the two best punches that any heavyweight in the world could ever land on anyone else, and the Gypsy King stood out like a Phoenix e ashes back to my feet and hurt him at & # 39; end of & # 39; a round.
& # 39; It will be pretty difficult for Wilder, not me. This is heavyweight boxing. I'm hit. I'm hurt.
& # 39; I have put in my (my) career, but it is not when we are set. It's what happens when we get back up and move on. & # 39;
The British fighter climbed twice from the cloth after he was defeated by Wilder
Prior to their rematch, Fury was in confidence, stating that he was capable of handling anything the Americans could beat him.
He added: & # 39; You know I felt the power. Is not bad. Is not bad. He may not be the greatest puncher in history, because he couldn't get the Gypsy King out, would he?
& # 39; I took his best shot flush on & # 39; e can and i came back. He strikes hard, but I've never been hit by the likes of someone like Earnie Shavers. I was not hit by George Foreman. I haven't been hit by Rocky Marciano or any of those top guys.
& # 39; I haven't been hit by it, so I can't comment. So to say it's the biggest punch in history, I'm not really sure, because I wasn't hit by all the boys in & # 39; e history.
& # 39; But, you know, I don't think he strikes harder than Vladimir Klitschko. Vladimir has a massive knockout punch and won many more fights than Wilder did.
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