Former world heavyweight champion, Briton Tyson Fury, in an interview with ESPN’s “First Take” program, dedicated to the announcement of his fight against Otto Wallin on September 14 in Las Vegas, said that he will strive for early victory, because in the first fight, which ended in a draw in the United States in December last year, the judges were too supportive of the American.
“Last time, on my part, a mistake that I will no longer make was to believe that we are on an equal footing, which we don’t know, so I have to knock him out,” said Fury about the second fight with Wilder, which is tentatively planned at the beginning of next year. “I don’t think I can win on points here [in the USA], because I obviously won that fight.” I outboxed him in all rounds except the two in which he knocked me down. ”
“Obviously, it will not be possible for me to win on points, so I need to change my style, which I am glad because I have never been so strong, I have never beat so hard, I have never been so confident in myself as at the moment. This time I will knock him out. I’m not going to box, because we know what it gave us last time, isn’t it, so I think this time he or I will be knocked out. ”