Boxing: Wilder wants to commit a "legal homicide" on Fury

Deontay Wilder on Thursday promised to kill Tyson Fury in the ring in the third fight scheduled for July 24 between the two boxers for the WBC heavyweight title.

Deprived of a unification duel against Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury will finally face Deontay Wilder in a beautiful scheduled for July 24 in Las Vegas. Almost 17 months after winning the WBC heavyweight belt against the “Gypsy King” in February 2020, the 35-year-old American is more motivated than ever and even plans to “kill” his rival in the ring.


“My state of mind is very violent, said the boxer with 42 wins in 44 fights (for a draw and a loss against Fury) in a direct with PBC Boxing. We have built all the capacity to commit a legal homicide. That’s exactly what it is. My mind is very violent right now. […] I can not wait. When you think about all the harm you’re going to do to someone and you see that person, whatever you thought about will come out. “

Wilder: “Waiting until I’m in the ring to really free myself”

Close to victory but finally forced to a tie for his first clash against Tyson Fury, “The Bronze Bomber” has still not digested his defeat in the second fight against the linear heavyweight champion.


The American thus regretted having seen his camp throw in the towel at the end of the seventh round and even fired the responsible coach. In addition to regaining the WBC title, Deontay Wilder wants to drop everything against his rival.

“The only thing is now I have to wait until I’m in the ring to really break free because I can’t do it on the outside. That would defeat the purpose. The baby has to eat. , but when I step in the ring, that’s what I love. I can release whatever I feel, whatever I think, and get paid to do it. “


A few days after announcing his intention to behead Tyson Fury with his blows, Deontay Wilder is again very virulent before his third fight against the Englishman. Already in 2018, the American had sparked controversy by revealing his dream of literally killing an opponent during a fight.


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