TYSON FURY proved he was feline good as he meowed like a cat in a hilarious promo for his battle towards Deontay Wilder.
The 2 heavyweight monsters conflict within the early hours of Sunday morning as Fury makes an attempt to wrestle the WBC belt from the undefeated American.
Fury has been his animated finest within the lead-up to his huge night time underneath the lights in Los Angeles, however he confirmed he was in relaxed temper for this BT Sport clip.
He was requested by producers to stroll forwards and “roar ” into the digicam.
Wanting shocked, Fury responds: “Say what?!”
“Roaaarrrr” solutions the cameraman.
Fury incredulously asks: “Roar?”
“Yeah,” got here again the cameraman.
Fury asks “Are you critical?” earlier than turning to the digicam and meowing like a pussycat.
Up for grabs within the US this weekend is the one belt the Gypsy King has by no means owned – the WBC model.
Tyson Fury followers worry for his well being as 10st weight reduction revealed forward of battle
Know something we don’t?!
Watch Billy Joe Saunders bet £70k on Tyson Fury to beat Wilder
Fury rips off shirt and beats his chest during explosive showdown with Wilder
Tyson Fury ate this same dinner EVERY NIGHT in camp on his way to losing ten stone
BROTHERS IN ARMS
Wilder’s brother is fighting on Fury undercard and fans reckon he’s better
Billy Joe Saunders’ eye-watering bet
BILLY JOE SAUNDERS has put an eye-watering £70,000 on Tyson Fury to beat Deontay Wilder this weekend.
The former middleweight world champ put on two bets of £50,000 and £20,000 on his good friend to shock the world and win the WBC belt.
Saunders, who was forced to vacate his WBO belt after failing a VADA drugs test in August, put the bet on in a Ladbrokes shop.
He got odds of 11/8 on Fury to shock the world at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, and if it comes in he will collect £166,250.
Click here to read more about the incredible wager.
And although he won’t be following his meow with a south-paw stance, Fury fights orthodox, he is confident he can shock the world once again.
Both head into the fight desperate to protect the purr-fect record, but at the end of the fight someone’s 0 will have to go.
And while Fury has been relaxed and methodical in the lead-up to the fight, he isn’t letting the cat out of the bag as to how he intends to counter Wilder’s KO power.
‘WORRYINGLY SLIM’ Tyson Fury fans fear for his health after staggering weight loss
The 33-year-old from Alabama has knocked out every single one of his opponents and is undefeated in 40 fights.
Fury also has an unblemished record, with 19 wins from 27 fights.
The American, meanwhile, has maintained a steely, serious stance in his promo work for his title defence.
Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder – Latest odds
Deontay Wilder – 8/13 (Sky Bet)
Tyson Fury – 13/8 (Betfair)
Draw – 20/1 (Betfred)