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


Tyson Fury vows to ‘splatter’ Deontay Wilder and knock him the ‘f*** out’ quickly ahead of their heavyweight showdown next month – and claims Oleksandr Usyk has looked ‘s***’ on PURPOSE to get a big payday and can shock Anthony Joshua

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


Tyson Fury has sent a violent warning to Deontay Wilder, vowing to ‘splatter’ him and knock him out in quick time ahead of their blockbuster heavyweight trilogy next month.

Fury will be defending the WBC belt he wrenched from Wilder when he brutally stopped him over a year-and-a-half ago for the first time when the two heavyweights reignite their rivalry in Las Vegas on October 9.

The Bronze Bomber, who has teamed up with former heavyweight fighter Malik Scott for this fight, has promised to gain revenge in brutal fashion on several occasions in the build-up to their clash.

Tyson Fury has promised to brutally knock out Deontay Wilder when he fights him next month

But now Fury has spoken about his plans to deliver a vicious beat down on Wilder once again. 

‘What’s going to happen is I’m going to run across the ring and knock the f*** out of Deontay Wilder. I’m going to plaster him,’ said Fury to Frank Warren’s Queensbury Promotions. 

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

‘I’m going to splatter him in the ring. He’s getting knocked out for sure, 100%. It was an easy fight the second time, and it’ll be an even easier time the third time. I’m knocking him out inside quick time.’

Fury will defence the WBC world title he wrenched away from Wilder in Vegas on October 9

Fury will defence the WBC world title he wrenched away from Wilder in Vegas on October 9

The hope is that if Fury can defeat Wilder again, he will go on to finally fight Anthony Joshua for the undisputed heavyweight crown.

However, Joshua also has an intriguing title defence pencilled in against the slick boxer Oleksandr Usyk to deal with before he can turn his attentions to Fury.

The self-style Gypsy King has been abrasive in his comments about Usyk and questioned his credentials as a heavyweight, but has now changed his tune and claimed the ex-cruiserweight champion has looked ‘s***’ on purpose to land himself a title shot and is capable of pulling off a shock against AJ.

‘What I’ve seen from Usyk in the last two fights hasn’t been a lot, but then I had a little think about it, a brainstorm. Maybe he’s not showing us everything he can do,’ Fury added.

The Brit has claimed he will knock Wilder out quicker than last time in their third fight

The Brit has claimed he will knock Wilder out quicker than last time in their third fight

‘Maybe he [Usyk] was playing around with the likes of [Derek] Chisora and the other guy he fought, [Chazz] Witherspoon. Maybe he didn’t try and win those fights properly.

‘Maybe he was looking bad on purpose so he could get that big payday and do his good boxing on that night, which has been done before.

‘A lot of fighters have looked terrible in fights to get other big fights and then rose to the occasion and got those big fights.

‘I got a sneaky feeling that Usyk is better than he looks, and on the night when he feels he needs to perform, then he will.

‘A bit like myself. I can fight a bum and half a s*** fight, but I can then fight the best in the world and rise to the occasion and have good fights.’

Fury's changed his opinion on Oleksandr Usyk and now believes he could beat Anthony Joshua

Fury’s changed his opinion on Oleksandr Usyk and now believes he could beat Anthony Joshua

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