Deontay Wilder sent Tyson Fury his scariest warning ahead of their third fight on July 24.
Wilder suffered his very first career loss to ‘The Gypsy King’ in February 2020 when he lost his WBC heavyweight crown.
The ‘Bronze Bomber’ patiently waited for the chance to get revenge after the loss, with a mediator officially confirming that the American was contractually obligated to secure a third fight.
Instead, Fury had targeted a fight with Anthony Joshua to crown an undisputed world heavyweight champion, with the date and venue set for August 14 in Saudi Arabia.
Instead of giving Wilder a withdrawal indemnity and arranging to fight him later in the year, the fight was agreed and signed to take place in Las Vegas in July.
Fury arrested Wilder in February 2020 in what was his most recent fight, with Wilder using his ring walking costume as one of the many excuses given afterwards.
But the “Bronze Bomber,” widely regarded as one of the most devastating punchers in recent history, aims not to be wrong this time around.
“You don’t want to miss this one. My state of mind is so different right now, ”he said 78 Sports television. “Even now, I don’t even feel like I’m here.
“My mentality is – you have considered hurting a person so badly that you want to disfigure them so that their mother doesn’t even know who they are.
“When you think about that, like you want to behead him in any way you can, it’s like that premeditated thing.”
“When I see him, I will love to see how I feel and what I think, how my senses change when he is in my environment. I contemplated, premeditated, the whooping cough of this man.
“Now that we have an appointment like the training has been even more intense.
“These other camps, even though they were intense, we had no orientation, no ETA, we just knew we wanted to stay in shape… Now that means something now. It is certain now.
“There’s nowhere to run, nowhere to hide, you have to go through me. The toughest puncher in the heavyweight division, possibly in history, and I’ll keep doing it.