The rematch promises to be crazy - Mark J. Terrill / AP / SIPA
Their "rematch" will only take place in 40 days, yet the guys are already boiling. One wonders how the WBC heavyweight world champion, Deontay Wilder, and his challenger, Tyson Fury, are going to wait for all this time before sticking gnons in the face.
The two giants have opened the second chapter of their pugilistic rivalry, at a press conference held Monday at the Novo, posh club in Los Angeles. On the program: punchlines, punchlines and punchlines.
"I'm going to kick that boy's ass ... in the ring"
"I knocked him out the first time. I told him two years ago that I was going to baptize him. Getting up is part of baptism (…) It is an unfinished business. I will finish it. I'm going to knock him out. I told him: I am the lion, I am the king of the jungle and on February 22, I will snatch his head from his body, ”promised the American.
"I'm going to go, give him a boxing lesson and knock him out. I've never been so sure of anything in my life. As I was this morning putting on this costume, these shoes, washing myself, brushing my teeth: I'm going to kick this son of p… 's ass in the ring, "replied Fury, the only human being not have lost against the Wilder monster.
"If Tyson needs me ..." Joshua as Fury's sparring partner before the fight against Wilder?
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