How Fury has changed his life to get the better of Wilder in rematch

Eating six meals a day, drinking eight litres of water and his own favourite way of ‘keeping the testosterone flowing’… how Tyson Fury has changed his life to get the better of Deontay Wilder in their rematch

  • Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will meet in their rematch on February 22 
  • Fury is about to go into the pre-match camp to prepare for the encounter 
  • The British boxer discussed how he was preparing for the fight earlier this week 

Tyson Fury has revealed how he is preparing for his rematch with Deontay Wilder.

Fury takes on the American in their highly-anticipated second clash in the ring on February 22 and he is about to go into the pre-fight camp as he prepares for the contest.

And speaking ahead of that match, Fury suggested he was taking some unusual steps to get ahead of his opponent. 

Tyson Fury has discussed how he is preparing for his fight against Deontay Wilder

The British boxer suggested that he had decided to do things differently ahead of the fight

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‘I’m doing a lot of things I didn’t before. I’m eating five or six meals a day, drinking eight litres of water,’ he said.

‘If it’s gonna give me an edge, I’m willing to try it.

‘I’m masturbating seven times a day, keep my testosterone pumping.’

Fury and Wilder’s last bout saw the Brit rise from the canvas despite being knocked down in the final round and there were some suggestions he had been unlucky not to win.

The 31-year-old suggested he knew he could not get a points decision in the rematch and would instead be looking to knock Wilder out.

Fury said he was eating five or six meals a day and drinking eight litres of water in preparation

‘I know I will not get a decision in the US,’ said Fury on Monday. 

‘They had to rob a man who had been out of the ring for three years and they still couldn’t beat him.

‘I’m not coming here for a points decision, I’ve had too many of them – nine of them – I’m coming here for a knockout, I’ve had 21 of them and from the heart that’s what I’m looking to do.

‘This is why I employed Sugar Hill. If I didn’t want a knockout, I wouldn’t have hired a Kronk [the famous Detroit gym] trainer. If I didn’t want a knockout, I’d have kept Ben Davison and working on that herky-jerky style.’

The highly-anticipated second meeting between Wilder and Fury will take place in February




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