By Ponciano "John" Melo Jr.
With two undefeated heavyweights set to clash once again to settle their unfinished business come February 22nd, Tyson Fury revealed the line separating him over the WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder and to the rest in the sports.
“I don’t believe anybody can match my heart and determination,” said Fury during their press conference.
This is after voicing out the respect on Wilder’s impressive boxing record of 41 knockouts on his 42 wins and one draw.
Nonetheless, it was Fury who put the mark on the draw column of Wilder after their controversial draw last 2018.
The “Gypsy King” Fury has a great record as well of 29 wins, 20 knockouts, and one draw but he acknowledged the feat of Wilder despite their never-ending trash talking.
“Statistics don’t lie, he is a much bigger puncher than me, a one-punch knockout artist. The thing is, I don’t believe anybody can match my heart and determination. I will put my iron will on Deontay Wilder and we will see,” Fury said.
“I am not afraid to go el mono-el mono (head-to-head) with the biggest puncher of heavyweight boxing.”
Wilder will put his WBC title on the line for the 11th time while also trying to win the vacant The Ring as well the as lineal champion reputation of Fury which he mocked during the press conference.
Their match will be held at the historic MGM Grand Arena in Paradise, Nevada.