Deontay Wilder vows to decapitate Tyson Fury
The Gypsy King was scheduled to face Anthony Joshua for the undisputed heavyweight title on August 14 in Saudi Arabia, but Wilder won an arbitration case and was forced to fight Tyson Fury in a trilogy.
Fury must complete his contracted trilogy bout with Deontay Wilder by September 2021, according to a court.
Consider the following: After their first fight in 2018, which finished in a draw, Fury and Wilder agreed to fight twice more in 2020. In February 2020, the Brit defeated the American to win the WBC heavyweight title, and Wilder immediately activated his contract to force a trilogy fight.
The final battle in the trilogy has been scheduled for July 24. The ‘Bronze Bomber’ stated that he intends to make no mistakes this time.
Wilder made a terrifying threat on Fury, telling 78 Sports TV that he will “decapitate” him.
“You will not want to miss this.” He continued, “Right now, my mentality is entirely different.” “Right now, I don’t even feel like I’m here.”
“My idea is that you’ve been thinking about hurting someone so badly that you want to disfigure him so his mother won’t recognize him.
“It’s like that calculated thing where you’ve been thinking about decapitating him in every f*****g way conceivable.
“While I do meet him, I’m going to be interested to observe how my emotions and thoughts change when he’s there. I’ve been considering and planned on destroying this person.
“Since we’ve set a date, our training has become even more intensive.
“We had no oversight, no ETA, and all we knew was that we needed to keep in shape at those other camps, no matter how severe they were… It is now significant. Now it’s official.
“There’s nowhere to hide and nowhere to go; you’ll have to walk through me.”
I’m the hardest puncher in the heavyweight division, if not all of boxing history, and I intend to keep it that way.”