"I am no challenger for no man".
Ever since the tilt was first proposed, Wilder passingly outlined his plans to knock out Tyson Fury, in like manner of previous pre-fight rambles, most of which culminating in a knockout to his credit.
It has started. This is no game at this point. All the press have turned up, they are here to see the biggest fight of our generation between two undefeated giants, and you are in for a real treat, because I am in the mood for no messing around or dancing in the ring.
Fury, 30, himself a former heavyweight champion, has fought once since returning to the ring after two and a half years following a doping ban. I'm going to squeeze him like a lemon. I'll punch your face in.
"If I've beat all those things, how am I going to let myself down at this moment?"
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He added: "No concern, if you can fight, you fight". All your knockout power can't beat Tyson Fury.
"No 15-stone man, like I said before in NY, there is not a 15-stone man on the planet that can beat Tyson Fury and I will stand and prove what I will do to this idiot".
His co-manager, Shelley Finkel, who previously worked with Klitschko, said of Fury: "Before he fought Klitschko I didn't give him a chance".
The pair continued to trade insults as Fury got up out of his seat and asked Wilder to demonstrate his punching power.
As reported by The Daily Express, Joshua said: 'Yeah. "He's going to feel pain like he's never felt before".