'I'll rip his head off': Deontay Wilder warns Tyson Fury as his heavyweight opponent says he lives in WBC champion's head 'rent-free' and has a dig at ex-trainer Ben Davison in fiery press-conference ahead of rematch

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  • Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fur spoke at a fiery press-conference on Monday
  • The heavyweight pair first fought in 2018 where the bout ended in a draw
  • Fury parted ways with his trainer Ben Davison last year and had a sly dig at him 
  • BT Sport have won a massive bidding war against Sky for the UK television rights 

Deontay Wilder plans to 'rip' Tyson Fury's head off ahead of their much-anticipated rematch

Deontay Wilder plans to ‘rip’ Tyson Fury’s head off ahead of their much-anticipated rematch

The pair were speaking in a fiery press-conference over a year after their first fight in 2018

The pair were speaking in a fiery press-conference over a year after their first fight in 2018

Tyson Fury split with coach Ben Davison last year and took the opportunity to have a dig at him

Tyson Fury split with coach Ben Davison last year and took the opportunity to have a dig at him

Deontay Wilder plans to ‘rip’ Tyson Fury’s head off ahead of their much-anticipated rematch on February 22. 

The two heavyweights were speaking in a fiery press-conference over a year after the pair’s first fight ended in a draw.

BT Sport have won a massive bidding war against Sky for the UK television rights to Fury’s world heavyweight championship rematch with Wilder.

The WBC champion said on Monday: ‘When you have power, there’s no way around it. 

‘You can’t prepare for it. I gave this man a concussion the first time, he doesn’t know how he went down or how he got up.

‘This is unfinished business that I will finish. I will knock him out. I’m the king of the jungle. I’ll rip his head off. I’ll knock him through the ropes.’

Fury responded saying: ‘You are going to sleep in two rounds. I keep having the same dream about round two. 

‘I am playing poker and I get dealt the number two card. He is getting knocked out in round two, 100 per cent.

‘What is going to happen is that I am going to get what I won last time. I am going to get that green belt, I am also going to get the Ring Magazine, and I am also going to keep my lineal championship, too.’

The British fighter split with coach Ben Davison last year and took the opportunity to have a sly dig at him.

‘I’m looking for the big right hand to nail Wilder,’ Fury said. ‘Goodnight. I’m looking for the knockout.

‘If I wasn’t, I would have kept Ben Davison. I’m sick of points decisions, I’ve had plenty, but I’m looking to knock him out.’



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