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Tyson Fury vows to ‘splatter’ Deontay Wilder and give him the ‘f*** out’ in next month’s showdown

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Tyson Fury vows to ‘splat’ Deontay Wilder and give him the ‘f***-out’ soon before their heavyweight showdown next month – claiming Oleksandr Usyk looked ‘s***ed’ for a ​​big payday to get and may shock Anthony Joshua

  • Tyson Fury issued a cruel warning to Deontay Wilder ahead of their fight
  • The two heavyweight rivals will meet again on October 9 for the WBC world title
  • Fury believes he will stop Wilder faster than last time and vowed to ‘plaster’ him
  • He also claimed that Oleksandr Usyk can end hopes of fighting Anthony Joshua











Tyson Fury has sent Deontay Wilder a violent warning, promising to “splatter” him and knock him out as soon as possible for their blockbuster heavyweight trilogy next month.

Fury will defend the WBC belt he tore from Wilder when he first brutally stopped him more than a year and a half ago when the two heavyweights rekindled their rivalry in Las Vegas on October 9.

The Bronze Bomber, who teamed up with former heavyweight fighter Malik Scott for this fight, has vowed multiple times to brutally retaliate in the lead up to their clash.

Tyson Fury Has Promised To Brutally Take Out Deontay Wilder When He Fights Him Next Month

But now Fury has spoken of his plans to beat Wilder again.

“What’s going to happen is I’m going to run across the ring and fuck Deontay Wilder out. I’m going to plaster it,’ Fury told Frank Warren’s Queensbury Promotions.

‘I’m going to be like a plasterer in the night, plastering walls.

“I’m going to splash him in the ring. He will be knocked out for sure, 100%. The second time it was an easy fight, and the third time it will be an even easier time. I’ll knock him out in no time.’

Fury will defend the WBC world title he snatched from Wilder in Vegas on October 9.

Fury will defend the WBC world title he snatched from Wilder in Vegas on October 9.

The hope is that if Fury can beat Wilder again, he will eventually fight Anthony Joshua for the undisputed heavyweight crown.

However, Joshua has also lined up an intriguing title defense against slick boxer Oleksandr Usyk to deal with before he can turn his attention to Fury.

The gypsy king, who has his own style, was rude in his comments about Usyk and questioned his credentials as a heavyweight, but has now changed his tone, claiming the ex-cruiserweight champion looked ‘s***’ on purpose to title shot himself and is able to deliver a shock to AJ.

“What I’ve seen from Usyk in the last two fights wasn’t much, but then I had to think about it, brainstorm. Maybe he won’t show us everything he can,” Fury added.

The Brit has claimed he will take out Wilder faster than last time in their third fight

The Brit has claimed he will take out Wilder faster than last time in their third fight

‘Maybe he [Usyk] was playing with people like [Derek] Chisora ​​and the other man he fought with, [Chazz] withers spoon. Maybe he didn’t try to win those fights well.

“Maybe he looked bad on purpose so he could get that big payday and get good boxing that night, which has been done before.

“A lot of fighters looked terrible in fights to get other big fights and then took the opportunity and got those big fights.

“I secretly feel that Usyk is better than he looks, and the night he feels he has to perform, he will.

‘A bit like myself. I can fight hard, but then I can fight the best in the world and take the opportunity and have good fights.”

Fury has changed his mind about Oleksandr Usyk and now believes he can beat Anthony Joshua

Fury has changed his mind about Oleksandr Usyk and now believes he can beat Anthony Joshua

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