Deaontay Wilder vows to 'decapitate' Tyson Fury in upcoming bout

The Gypsy king as he is commonly called, was billed to fight Anthony Joshua in their undisputed heavy-weight title fight on August 14 in Saudi Arabi,a before an arbitration court case ordered a trilogy fight between himself and Tyson Fury. The judge ruled that Fury must go through with his contracted trilogy fight with Wilder before September 2021. 

Fury and Wilder had previously signed a deal to fight two more times in 2020, after their first match in 2018 ended in a draw. The Brit defeated the American and thus took his WBC heavyweight title in 2020 and Wilder then activated the clause to force a trilogy contest.

The bout has now been set for July 24. The 'Bronze Bomber' has now said that he is aiming not to make any slip ups this time around. Speaking to 78 Sports TV he issued a warning to Fury, telling him that he would 'decapitate' him, come July 24.

He also explained to the fans that they don't want to miss this fight and that his mindset is very different now. He added that his mentality now is to disfigure Fury's face so his mother doesn't recognise him again. He also explained that now that a date had been set, training is a lot easier and premeditated.

He said; "There's nowhere to run, there's nowhere to hide, you got to go through me. The hardest puncher in the heavyweight division, probably in history, and I'm going to continue to do that.

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