“I’ll fight that pussy Klitschko any time any place anywhere,” said Fury, 24, who has beaten a host of tomato cans. “All he has to do is name it and I will be ready to rip his heart out and make him quit like the bitch he really is!”
The 6-foot-9 Fury (21-0, 15 KOs) used to spar against the 37-year-old Klitschko (60-3, 52 KOs) and the mouthy bloke says late trainer Manny Steward predicted he’d defeat the Ukrainian.
“Manny told us what the outcome would be if I get in the ring with Klitschko and that’s me winning by knockout,” Tyson told World Boxing News.
Fury last exited the squared circle on April 20 with a seventh round knockout victory over American Steve Cunningham.
Similarly, Klitschko battered Italian Francesco Pianeta to earn a sixth round TKO and successfully defend his belts on May 4.
Even more impressively, “Dr. Steelhammer” has now managed to safeguard his titles 14 straight times and remains a threat to Joe Louis’ longstanding record of 25 defenses.
As the fourth longest reigning king in heavyweight history, Klitschko truly is a prizefighter for the ages.
A gold medalist at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, Klitschko is tentatively slated to battle unbeaten Russian Alexander Povetkin on August 31.
Meanwhile, Fury is loosely scheduled to throw fists with European champ Kubrat Pulev at some point in the summer.
Provided Klitschko and Fury both win, the two goliaths could clash in the wintertime.
If the match occurs, the indomitable Wladimir Klitschko will embarrass the unproven Tyson Fury and “rip his heart out and make him quit like the bitch he really is!”by