TYSON Fury intends to bring ‘chaos’ to his heavyweight title fight against Wladimir Klitschko later this month.
“I’m going to cause chaos and constantly change my tactics. That’s how I can beat him. It will be a short, violent, and a simple knockout,” the 27-year-old Briton has told a German magazine, Sport Bild, ahead of the bout in Düsseldorf on November 28.
“If he is looking for a direct exchange of punches with me, it will end in disaster for him. That’s when the shutters will go down,” Fury said.
The fight had been scheduled for October 24, but was postponed after Klitschko tore his left calf muscle.
Veteran rocker Rod Stewart is set to sing before the bout, and Fury wants to get on the microphone if he wins. “I will definitely sing a song to celebrate the victory,” he said. “I’ll try to do a duet with Rod Stewart.”
The 39-year-old Klitschko, who has not lost in the past 11 years, has a record of 53 knockouts in 64 wins from 67 bouts. Fury is unbeaten in 24 fights, of which he won 18 inside the distance.
Klitschko branded Fury “a clown” when the Briton dressed up as Batman for their press conference in London last month before predicting he would put the champion on the canvas in the sixth round.
“I’m as confident of winning as waking up in the morning and putting my shoes on,” Fury said at the time.