WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder has once again ridiculed Tyson Fury's power ahead of their rematch on Saturday, saying his two-year-old punches harder than the lineal and former unified champion.
Per Sky Sports, the Bronze Bomber previously said Fury has "pillows as fists," and he doubled down with his latest comments:
"The numbers don't lie; we can see that my two-year-old punches harder than him.
The Gypsy Kings previously told media he plans on becoming the first man to finish the current WBC champion:
The Gypsy King is less reliant on his power, and instead wins fights with a unique combination of reach, technical ability, speed and agility.