Tyson Fury has given an insight into what he believes it will take to end Wladimir Klitschko’s reign as the king of the heavyweight division.
The pair clash in Dusseldorf on November 28 with Klitschko putting his IBF, WBO and WBA belts on the line in the heavyweight encounter.
While the Ukrainian has proven himself at the highest level for years, this is undoubtedly the biggest fight of Fury’s career to date. However, he remains full of confidence that he has all the tools necessary to return to the UK with all the belts.
The 27-year-old insisted that he has youth, speed and length on his side in his bid to topple Klitschko, while also suggesting that his ability to switch to a southpaw stance could be a decisive factor.
Fury presents one of the toughest tests that Klitschko will have faced for some time, but it remains to be seen whether or not he is able to translate that confidence into a winning performance against an ageing champion that remains a threat with his power, regardless of Fury’s negative views of his ‘robotic’ style.
Klitschko has received significant criticism throughout his career due to the lack of top names that he has faced over the years, but the 39-year-old can’t be faulted for his professionalism and ability to beat what is put in front of him.
As a result, it will take a special effort from Fury to finally end his reign at the top, but it appears as though he is full of belief and extremely relaxed ahead of the biggest night of his career.