Deontay Wilder mentions he has “transformed into a killer”, before his next fight with Tyson Fury in Los Angeles.
The fight of Wilder and Fury will be on the 1st December, in what will be just the third bout of Fury’s comeback since the Briton vacated his WBO and WBA titles.
This will be a great comeback for Tyson Fury, after going though his treatment from depression .Tyson wants to concentrate on his title WBA and WBO
Deontay Wilder, heavyweight champion WBC, who has a 40-0 unbeaten record, also says Anthony Joshua was “a coward”
Lineal champion Tyson Fury, has won all of his previous 27 bouts.
The American Wilder says “I’m feeling wonderful. My mindset and body have changed.”
In June 2018, a fight with WBA, IBF and WBO champion Joshua was postponed after the Briton was ordered to face Alexander Povetkin by Wilder.
Once he had beaten the Russian with a seventh-round in September 2018 , Joshua said Wilder would be his “number one choice” for his next fight, on 13 April 2019 at Wembley.
On Monday, Wilder says: “I don’t want anyone to ask me about Anthony Joshua. He was a coward and that’s that.
“I don’t have a message to Anthony Joshua, it’s all about Tyson Fury. I feel like a killer. I’m transformed into a killer.”