- Deontay Wilder has started playing mind games with opponent Tyson Fury ahead of their rematch
- Both undefeated heavyweight fighters will slug it out at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday
- The WBC champion claims Fury's punches are as harmless as his two-year-old daughter
Deontay Wilder has compared Tyson Fury's punches to that of his two-year-old daughter ahead of their anticipated rematch at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas.
The Bronze Bomber and the Gypsy King are ready to trade punches for the second time after the first bout ended in a controversial draw in 2018.
Fury who dominated the match with his skillful jabs hit the canvass twice but got up to finish the match which ended in a split decision.
But Wilder still boasts of 42 wins with an outstanding 41 knockouts and the WBC champion reveals he is not afraid of the British fighter who punches like a toddler.
"Fury, like I have said before, has got pillows as fists," Wilder told Sky Sports News. "That's why I was able to continue applying pressure on him [in the last fight].
"We all know that Fury can't punch. The numbers don't lie, we can see that my two-year-old punches harder than him.
"I don't believe anything he's saying. Fighters have to have certain strategies and tactics when approaching a fight.
"Sometimes you have to manipulate people - and he's trying to get them to believe something even he doesn't."
On the other hand, the lineal heavyweight champion Fury has promised a second round knockout in their rematch on Saturday, 22 February, 2020.
Fury also confirmed that discussions are already underway to organize a third fight with the American irrespective of the result of the fight.
The 34-year-old has made £23million in his numerous fights that got his opponents knocked down and out.
But the undefeated American has shown that he has soft spot for luxurious rides including a Lamborghini, Rolls Royce, Hummer and others.
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