- Tyson Fury did not hold back in his verbal sparring with Francis Ngannou
- The Gypsy King described in minute detail what he would do to his foe
- Ngannou and Fury face off in Riyadh on October 28 in a cross-over contest
The Gypsy King said he will to leave his opponent in a ‘heap’, ‘swell his eyes out’ and boasted that nobody could take his power.
The ‘Battle of the Baddest’ will see former UFC heavyweight champion Ngannou compete in his first boxing fight against the undefeated Fury.
While Fury’s WBC belt is not on the line, he previously said he would not show his face in public if he lost, underlining how much the punch-fest means to him.
He told TNT Boxing: ‘I’m gonna knock him out inside six rounds. And shall I tell you how I’m going to do it?
Tyson Fury said he will knock out Francis Ngannou in six rounds in their bout on October 28
The Gypsy King arrived in Riyadh on October 17 ahead of the giant cross-over fight
‘Get on the front foot, high arm, sticking him with a punishing jab, 19, 20 stone in the face, boom, boom, boom, bust him up, swell his eyes out, and then feint, slip, bang! K.O.
‘On the front foot, not running away. On the front foot, hand-eye, let him hit the shoulder, slip, slip, bang, slip, slip, bang. Down in a heap.
‘Listen, no one can take my power. Nobody. These heavyweights don’t have a chance.’
Ngannou looked amused as the WBC heavyweight champion acted out his plans and described in detail how he would take him down on October 28.
Ngannou has been training with Mike Tyson to prepare for his first-ever pro boxing fight
Fury boasted that ‘no one can take my power’ and described how he would defeat Ngannou
The MMA titan is being coached by Mike Tyson, who Mail Sport exclusively interviewed, for the fight.
In a retort, he said he didn’t believe what Fury was saying – but the Gypsy King insisted he was going to do what he promised.
Fury said: ‘I’m like Neo on The Matrix. You better believe it. I’m gonna come out, nice, stiff, snappy jab, bang, doubling up, bang, bang, bang, slip, slip, slip, body shot, upper cut, jab, jab, feint, bang – right hand, game over.’
‘Wow. That sounds like the script for a movie,’ said Ngannou. He then turned Fury’s words against him: ‘As you said earlier, everybody has a plan until they get punched in the face.’
Watch Face Off: Fury Ngannou on TNT Sports 1 at 7.15pm or the TNT Sports Boxing YouTube channel at 7pm tonight. Fury v Ngannou will be exclusively live from Riyadh Season, Saudi Arabia on TNT Sports Box Office, Saturday 28th October, for more info: tntsports.co.uk/boxoffice