Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder 2 has been announced, and Fury already has made a bold statement regarding the upcoming battle.
In his announcement tweet, Fury flat-out says that he is going to knock out Wilder, after their first fight ended in a controversial split draw.
We are just under three months away from the fight, and Fury is already claiming that he is going to drop Wilder. You love to see that fire.
The Bronze Bomber had his own comments regarding this fight, however.
Wilder claims that he is going to finish what he started, and ensures that Fury will not be getting up off of the canvas so quickly.
The first matchup between the two was an absolute slugfest between two undefeated boxing powerhouses.
As it currently stands, both the fighters are undefeated, with Wilder sporting a record of 42-0-1, 41 of those wins coming by knockout.
Fury, on the other hand, has a record of 29-0-1, with 20 of those victories being via knockout.
This is going to be one of the biggest and most-hype filled boxing showdowns of the modern era. Glad we're getting an early start with the trash talk!