JOHN FURY claims son Tyson will send Deontay Wilder into retirement in their trilogy fight – telling fans to expect 'blood, snot and injuries'.
Fury, 33, will take on Deontay Wilder, 35, in the third instalment of their epic bouts, which will conclude in Paradise, Nevada on Saturday 9th October.
The two heavyweights will go head to head for the WBC and The Ring heavyweight titles – which Fury won when he beat Wilder by TKO in the seventh round of their second fight last February.
Wilder and Fury originally fought in December 2018 for the WBC heavyweight title, but it ended in a draw, meaning Wilder retained the belt he had held since January 2015.
Despite being floored in the twelfth round of the first fight, Fury won the rematch in emphatic style after flooring the American twice, forcing Wilder's corner to throw in the towel.
Wilder suffered a lot of punishment in the second fight and was bleeding from both his mouth and his ear by the time the fight was halted.
Trainer John Fury promises much of the same in the third instalment, suggesting that his son Tyson will give Wilder "the beating of his life."
He said: "Tyson will send him into retirement this time. He'll never box after this, he's gonna get beat to pieces. Smashed to pieces.
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"He got humiliated last time. He let the whole of America down. Tyson smashed him to pieces. He's lucky to be boxing Tyson again for the third time.
"After that last performance, he don't deserve the fight. It should have been him and AJ.
"People who like blood and snot everywhere and injuries are going to have a right night, believe me. He's going to get it proper."
Fury had been due to fight Anthony Joshua in an all-British heavyweight showdown in August, but talks broke down after he was ordered to fight Wilder instead.
The trilogy fight was originally planned for 24th July, but the WBC champ pulled out after allegedly catching covid-19 and the fight was postponed to 9th October.
Neither has fought since their last bout in February 2020, but both have been hard at work in training amid all of the trash-talking as the rivalry becomes more and more heated.
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