<p>Tyson Fury promised to beat Deontay Wilder even faster than they did the last time they fought.</p>

<p>On October 9, Fury (30-0-1, 21 KOs) will defend his world title for the first time against Wilder (42-1-1, 41 KOs) at the T-&nbsp; Mobile arena in the state of Nevada, United States of America.</p>

<p><img alt="Fury claims he will crush Wilder no later than 7 rounds" src="https://streamsgate.net//uploads/furry.jpg" style="height:792px; width:1000px" /></p>

<p style="text-align:center"><em>At the age of 35, Wilder might have the last chance to avenge Fury in the next fight .</em></p>

<p>After his lopsided victory over Wilder early last year, the WBC Heavyweight Champion is feeling confident. However, the 33-year-old star appears unsatisfied, as he believes he will perform even better in the fight next month.</p>

<p>&ldquo;This time, I&rsquo;m going to absolutely obliterate him. It isn&rsquo;t going to seven rounds this time, I&rsquo;m going to get him out of there nice and quick.</p>

<p>He was the biggest puncher in history, but I knocked him out. I&rsquo;m the biggest and toughest puncher. He&rsquo;s only a threat in somebody&rsquo;s nightmares but not in mine.</p>

<p>They&rsquo;ve always got a puncher&rsquo;s chance but so has every heavyweight out there. When I say I&rsquo;m going to annihilate him, what did I say last time? I said I was going to drop him, knock him out, smash him and I did.</p>

<p><img alt="Fury claims he will crush Wilder no later than 7 rounds" src="https://streamsgate.net//uploads/fury.jpg" style="height:667px; width:1000px" /></p>

<p style="text-align:center"><em>The &quot;Gypsy King&quot; has the advantage of confidence and a laid-back attitude.</em></p>

<p>In the last seven years I&rsquo;ve had two years back and five years off so there are no miles on the clock. I actually feel sorry for Wilder. He&rsquo;s had time to get over the beating, now has a new trainer, and more bag carriers and yes men.</p>

<p>I think he will come in fired up, but after one round he will realise he&rsquo;s back where he started. If he couldn&rsquo;t beat me after three years out and 10 stone weight loss, he never will.&rdquo; &ndash;according to BritishBoxingNews.</p>