Wilder vs Fury II: Anthony Joshua predicts boxing bout

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Deontay Wilder smells blood in Tyson Fury heavyweight boxing sequel

And Anthony Joshua has also had his say on the hotly-anticipated second clash between Fury and Wilder.

The two heavyweights clash in Las Vegas on February 23 (NZT), trying to find a victor after their celebrated draw in Las Angeles in late 2018 when Fury got off the canvas twice to stay in the remarkable fight.

He said: "I will knock him out in two rounds, in the first I tried to outbox him but I did not win".

"But I'm not sure who will win (Wilder vs. Fury 2)".

Fury is gearing up for one of the biggest fights of his career out in Las Vegas next Saturday. But I understand that he had an important fight with I was going up.

"I'll be exploring the things that Wallin did". We already know my behavior, my manners, what I come to do.

"I am happy he doesn't think I am a big puncher, the stats don't lie, he is a far bigger one-hit puncher than me". That's alright. I'll embrace it. "We'll see if they continue the fight because I'm already unsafe".

"With that eye cut open again, and blood in his face, it's up to the doctors to take protocol. And that's what we're gonna do come February 22nd". I don't play around at all.

Tyson Fury overcame worrisome facial injuries in victory over Otto Wallin
Tyson Fury overcame worrisome facial injuries in victory over Otto Wallin

"The "Gypsy King" is going to be floored and he's definitely not getting up".

Fury outboxed Wilder for the majority of the contest, before climbing off the canvas in dramatic fashion late on to hear the final bell.

After parting company with Ben Davison, Fury has teamed up with SugarHill Steward to prepare for the eagerly-awaited rematch at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on February 22. Now over a year on, the pair will meet again, looking to finally settle the score after a controversial draw in Los Angeles.

Wilder, 34, believes making so many sweeping changes proves Fury knows deep down he has to raise his fight game to another level for their rematch.

"I think he's reorganizing that word".

"I don't believe he'll be able to develop (power), no matter what trainer he brings in", Wilder said. If he believed he beat me, he wouldn't have changed up so much.

Tyson Fury "has more to his arsenal" and that is why he can prevail against Deontay Wilder, according to Anthony Joshua.

Those include eating six meals per day and dipping his hands in gasoline, which famous Irish bare-knuckle boxing champion Joe Joyce told Fury helped to toughen them up.

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