- Tyson Fury will face Deontay Wilder in his trilogy next month in Las Vegas
- Fury in the build-up has been intensifying and his father, John, is similarly convinced.
- John claims the Gypsy King will force his fierce heavyweight rival into retirement
- He also promised to fight fans’ “blood and injuries” at the expense of Wilder in the bout.
Tyson Fury’s father, John, has predicted that his son will force Deontay Wilder into retirement when the two heavyweight titans meet in Las Vegas next month.
After registering a technical knockout victory in February 2020, Fury will look to defend his WBC strap on October 9 during the two rivals’ trilogy bout.
And Fury Senior is optimistic about the Gypsy King’s chances against Wilder, predicting that there will be ‘blood and bruises’ and the American will be dubbed a ‘one-trick pony’.
Tyson Fury’s father, John, predicts that 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
He said, ‘Tyson will send him on retirement this time BT Sport’s The Heavyweight Debate. ‘After this he will never box, he will be torn to pieces, to pieces.
‘Deontay Wilder This time, how can two mistakes make a champion?
‘Deontay Wilder, he’s all wrong now, [his new trainer] Malik Scott is all wrong. Where are they going to win?
John (pictured) also reported having ‘blood and bruises’ during the third grudge match
‘Last time he was humiliated, let the whole of America down, Tyson tore him to pieces. He’s lucky to be boxing Tyson again for the third time.
‘He doesn’t deserve it, after that last performance, it should have been him and AJ.’
John also mentions a special combination that Fury would piece together to send Wilder crashing onto the canvas.
He said, ‘This man is just a bump in the road.’ ‘We’ve got the antidote for that, which I can’t discuss on camera, because we’re going to have it tonight and that will be the end of Deontay Wilder.
Wilder (left) will be ‘broken to pieces’, Fury predicts, and is also labeled as a ‘bomb’
‘People who like blood and snore everywhere, and hurt, they’re going to have a perfect night, trust me, because he’s going to fix it.
‘I want him to counter this for what he is saying about my son’s achievements and defame all that.
‘Go ahead, deal with this bum, because he is what he is, a bum.
‘One trick pony, a big right hand, he has nothing, he has no physical strength, legs are worse than mine.
Fury is usually in a bullish mood before the fight and is confident that he will win again.
‘At 55 I have better legs. He has nothing to beat Tyson, only if Tyson has to sleep at work and that’s not happening.’
Wilder added a last-minute addition to his coaching team before his performance with Fury, along with longtime UFC cutman and boxing trainer Don House.
House is a veteran trainer who has worked with Floyd Mayweather and UFC fighter Nick Diaz in the past.
Scott, meanwhile, was brought on board by Wilder after he axed Mark Breland – and accused him of stopping his rematch with Fury too early.
Don House, a renowned UFC cutman and boxing coach, is seen treating MMA star Nick Diazzo
Johnny Fisher (right) fights fury and is applauded before the showdown
With a mouth-watering grudge match fast approaching, Fury’s teammate Johnny Fischer insists Britain is the world’s most talented boxer of his time.
‘He’s tall and elusive but always on you. Fischer explained that he has this way of putting pressure on you without doing too much work through his size, his build, his anatomy,’ Fischer said. sky game.
“The pressure, the skill, the punch output, the angle with which he throws his hands, is not like a traditional heavyweight.
‘He’s the whole package – he can walk, he can box, he can punch, he is strong, he has the brains, height and reach. That’s a nightmare!’