American boxer, Deontay Wilder has stated that he is in a killing mood ahead of his bout with Tyson Fury.
Wilder insists that he has “transformed into a killer” before his world title fight with Fury in Los Angeles, USA.
Meanwhile, the duo of bitter rivals, Wilder and Fury are set to lock horns with one another on 1 December.
And that is set to be in what will be only the third fight of Fury since making a return.
That is also ever since the Briton had vacated his WBO and WBA titles to concentrate on treatment for depression.
WBC heavyweight champion, Wilder who possesses a 40-0 undefeated record also slammed Anthony Joshua, calling the Nigerian “a coward”.
“I am feeling wonderful and that is simply because my mindset and body have changed,” the American said.
Speaking on Monday, Wilder said: “I do not want anyone to ask me about Anthony Joshua.
“He was a coward and that is that, I also do not have a message to Anthony Joshua.
“It is all about Tyson Fury, I feel like a killer, I have transformed into a killer,” he summed up.
Wilder promises to run over Fury like caterpillar
WBC title holder, Deontay Wilder has made a vow to run over next boxing opponent, Tyson Fury like a caterpillar.
And that is aftermath of Fury having also made a vow to force Wilder into retirement from the boxing world.
The Briton has also boasted that he certainly has the power to stop the unbeaten run of his American rival.
Meanwhile, the duo of Wilder and Fury have formally confirmed December 1st of 2018 as the date for their bout.
And that is in the wake of the two parties having already put pen to papers on their respective contracts.
The venue for the fight which is set to be in the United States will get official announcement next week.
American Wilder who is presently 32-years of age and Briton, Fury 30 agreed a fight in the month of August.
“The two best heavyweights competing against each other, the best fighting the best, giving the people just what they want.” Wilder made the disclosure on social media.
And according to media reports, the promotional tour for the fight will officially begin in London on Monday, 1 October.
While the same reports have dropped a hint it will continue in the cities of New York and Los Angeles.
In August, former world champion, Fury registered a unanimous points win against Francesco Pianeta.
That also happened to be his second fight since making a return from a two-and-a-half-year spell out of the sport.
Wilder on his own part has, however, been the holder of the WBC title since January of the year 2015.
Neither man has also come out as a loser with Fury at this very point in time boasting a 27-fight winning patch.