- Tyson Fury seems to be ready for his trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder later this year
- The Briton claimed the WBC title in February after beating the American in the seventh round
- Fury has now sent a scary message to his opponent ahead of their final showdown in December
WBC champion Tyson Fury has sent a warning message to his challenger Deontay Wilder in their trilogy fight.
The unbeaten heavyweight champion won the title in February after forcing the American boxer to kiss the canvass in the seventh round.
This was after their initial fixture ended in a stalemate through a unanimous decision reached by the match officials in December 2018.
With the duo set to clash for the third time in two years, it is unsure where the pendulum will swing this time but the odds favour Fury.
According to Daily Star, the Gypsy King has got the mind games started after posting a message on social media with the caption: “Wilder… I’m coming for you sucker!”
After which the Briton roared in a video to scare the Bronze Bomber and show his readiness for the final showdown between the two.
Although, not specific yet, December 19 has been chosen as the tentative date for the bout while the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas could be the venue.
Fury showed that earning a draw in their first fight was not a fluke with his convincing victory in the second outing about five months ago.
It took the intervention of Wilder's camp before the referee could rescue him from the heavy punches he received from the Brit.
When they go head-to-head again later this year, however, Fury is expecting Wilder to be more dangerous than ever.
“You know, I take every fight very, very serious,” he said to the Gary Newbon Sports Show.
“Deontay Wilder is a serious, serious customer and he will get a serious, serious training camp. I know that Deontay Wilder will want to win this more than anything because he's never lost before.
“It's his time to prove that he can come back, he can become a two-time world heavyweight champion.
“He'll be more dangerous in this fight than he ever has been before. This is the only business that I'm interested in - the only business. And when it happens, it happens and I'll be waiting in the wings for the call.”
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Tyson Fury is already speaking ahead of the record double-header fight against fellow Brit Anthony Joshua saying Deontay Wilder is a more dangerous opponent.
Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury stand a chance to earn about £70 million each if they stage their heavyweight unification bout in 2021.
Both British boxers are in possession of all the belts in their category and they have reached an agreement to face-off in a two-legged encounter in 2021.