Boxing News: Tyson Fury claims Deontay Wilder’s mind games “don’t work” and dismisses rumours that he and his American opponent will remain silent during their last news conference.
Fury and Wilder will be reunited in front of the media on Wednesday, ahead of their WBC heavyweight title bout in Las Vegas this weekend.
Following a brief introductory address at a recent press conference, the American refused to speak further, but Fury says Wilder will not be able to upset him ahead of their trilogy fight.
“I don’t give a damn what they do. “It’s none of my business,” Fury said to Sky Sports.
“I keep my own business to myself, and I don’t give a damn what that giant dosser does.”
“Whatever he does, I don’t care. Whether he speaks or not. To me, it makes no difference.
“Mind games don’t work for me in the first place.”
Malik Scott, Wilder’s new head trainer, has claimed that the Alabama native will avenge his stoppage setback in their second bout with a shocking knockout.
However, Fury, a two-time world champion with a 31-fight unbeaten record, has warned Wilder that he will be the one to decide the outcome.
“I don’t think it matters what he does,” he added, “because it’s not about him, it’s about me, what I do.”
“It wouldn’t matter if he raced in a circle around the ring or came forward throwing bombs.
“It’s not going to make a difference. When we’re in there, I’ll adjust to whatever the night brings and whatever he decides to do.
“Winning is simply winning. Whether it’s an inch or a mile. I’ll take a knockout over a points victory.
“It makes no difference; as long as you win, you move on to the next one.”
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