Fury previously said he was masturbating ‘seven times a day’ to prepare for the fight (Picture: Getty)

Tyson Fury reveals he is 'licking p*ssy' to avoid KO in Deontay Wilder rematch


Tyson Fury has revealed yet another unorthodox method he’s employing to try and beat Deontay Wilder in their upcoming rematch, claiming he’s ‘licking pussy’ to strengthen his chin.

The British heavyweight was knocked down twice against WBC champion Wilder in their first fight back in December 2018, miraculously getting back up off the canvas in the 12th round after a massive punch from the American.

To ensure there is no repeat this time around, Fury – who previously revealed he was masturbating ‘seven times a day’ in preparation for the fight – says he has found a novel approach to strengthening his jaw.
Wilder and Fury go head-to-head at the MGM Grand on February 22 (Picture: AFP)

On a conference call ahead of the rematch, Fury was asked if he’s been working to make his chin ‘more impregnable’ after the previous knockdowns and replied: ‘Yes. I have got confidence in my chin but I’ve been doing a lot of pussy licking to strengthen my jaw up.

‘So yeah, I’ve been strengthening the old jaw up.’

On what tweaks he’s made to his own style to try and land a KO of his own, Fury added: ‘Well if I told you that I’d give my whole gameplan away, wouldn’t I?

‘Let’s just say I’ve been sitting down in the pocket and letting fly, very aggressively and a high volume of them. Let’s just say that.’

Fury has never been defeated in his pro career, with the draw against Wilder the only blemish on his record, but he rejected suggestions the WBC champ is the toughest fighter he has faced.

The Gypsy King continued: ‘I wouldn’t say that was my toughest fight, I’d say that was one of my easiest fights to be fair. Other than the two knockdowns, it was a pretty one-sided fight.
Fury says he will try to knock out Wilder when they meet again in Las Vegas (Picture: Getty)

‘I’ve had much more difficult fights than that before, much more harder than that. Deontay Wilder is not my toughest opponent, that’s for sure.

‘My toughest opponent in my full career was Steve Cunningham, he was a former cruiserweight champion and I fought him in about 2013 in New York, Madison Square Garden, and that was the toughest fight I ever had.’