Tyson Fury does not think that Deontay Wilder will exercise rematch clause
Tyson Fury is confident
In the early hours of tomorrow morning, Tyson Fury will take on Deontay Wilder in Los Angeles in one of the most hotly anticipated fights of recent years.
The trash talk is flowing too, with Fury claiming that Wilder's "arse is flapping" ahead of the big clash.
Fury has also claimed that Wilder will not use the rematch clause in the contract between two fighters due to the beating he will give the American tonight.
“I don’t think Wilder will take the rematch," Fury told Oddschecker.
“He won’t take the rematch clause. I’m going to give him that bad of a boxing lesson and beat him up that badly he won’t want that rematch clause.
“He’ll fight Joshua, I think. Even with his loss. He doesn’t have anywhere to go.”
Strong words indeed from the Gypsy King.
Both Fury and Wilder go into this fight undefeated; Fury boasts a record of 27-0 while Wilder has 44 wins to his name.
Whatever happens, someone is going home with a loss on their record, and it's anyone's guess as to who.
Fury weighed in 34lbs heavier than Wilder, which he appeared to find absolutely hilarious.