Wilder’s coache says he wishes to “dismantle” Fury in upcoming fight

Deontay Wilder has said he wants to dismantle Tyson Fury in their upcoming trilogy showdown.

“The Bronze Bomber” has failed to beat “The Gypsy King” on two separate occasions now with their first encounter ending in a draw with the second being won decisively by Fury via TKO. Wilder, who made a string of excuses after the loss in the rematch, clearly wants to do everything in his power to get revenge on the man who handed him the worst moment of his professional career.

Can Deontay get it done?

Malik Scott, one of Wilder’s coaches, has made the following remarks with regards to how he thinks the third fight will go between these two elite heavyweight boxers.

“Well, for one, because I’m training him now. For two, I’ve never seen him this hungry before, I’ve never seen him this receptive for the craft. 

“I’ve never seen him want to dismantle another man so bad. Not at all.

“My only concern is that we are in this scenario with an admitted headcase. My only concern is Fury not showing up.”

There’s no denying just how talented Deontay Wilder is but in order to beat someone like Tyson Fury, he needs to have the performance of his life whilst simultaneously hoping Tyson makes a series of notable errors.

Right now Wilder is one of the biggest obstacles between Fury and a superfight with Anthony Joshua, and you can bet he’ll be hungry to spoil the party given the stakes involved.

Wilder vs Fury 3 is currently scheduled to take place on October 9 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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