Tommy Fury reveals ‘the only way’ Tyson Fury will lose to Deontay Wilder

Tyson Fury will only lose to Deontay Wilder if he is too complacent, according to his bother Tommy. The Gypsy King takes on the WBC heavyweight champion in Las Vegas, where they are expected to clash at around 5am GMT.

Fury held Wilder to a controversial draw when they first clashed in December 2018.

Many boxing fans and pundits around the world felt Fury should have been awarded the points victory but the judges came to a split decision.

This time around the former heavyweight champion is hoping to end the first before the bell.

And Tommy Fury, who starred on last year’s series of Love Island, has given his view what could sway the fight.

“I have said it from day one, the one way Tyson will lose is from himself,” he said.

“If he is not complacent enough the only person who will beat hime is himself. There is not a man alive who can beat him.”

Tommy has been deeply engrained in his brothers camp and knows exactly how the challenger is feeling.

“He is super cool, super calm and super relaxed,” he explained.

“There has been a different energy around him this time. He is super focussed.


  • Tyson Fury cut man had ‘concerned’ conversation ahead of Wilder clash

“I just think this time around he is really going to put the record straight. This is the best shape I have ever seen him in.

“Mentally, physically everything. Wilder doesn’t have a clue what’s coming to him.

“You can see it in his eyes, you can tell he is not interested in any media, just the fight.”

Meanwhile, Tommy also fired a warning to Wilder following the weigh-in in which both men came in heavier than the first fight.

“I didn’t hear one Wilder chant, I think that was the most important. It’s like Tyson is fighting in England, it’s no different,” he said.

“[The weight means] nothing really. He either comes super light or super heavy. Doesn’t matter, Tyson is going to get the win and that’s it. Tyson does his best work around 18st 10lbs, 18st 12lbs.

“100 per cent, I reckon he’s going to stop Wilder in rounds 9-12. Tyson’s a whole different man and he’s going show that tomorrow night.”

Source: Read Full Article