Fury sings! Challenger serenades champion ahead of title fight

25th November 2015

Tyson Fury and Wladimir Klitschko will contest a variety of world heavyweight titles on Saturday night (November 28) at the ESPRIT arena in Dusseldorf, Germany with the sole intention of discovering who is the premier heavyweight on the planet.

But, from an entertainment point of view, it would appear the battle of the behemoths is already won.

Fury, 24-0 (18 KOs), takes on Klitschko live on Sky Sports Box Office this weekend and was on form at today’s (November 25) public workout as he sang a customised version of ‘Wind Beneath My Wings’ to the onlooking champion.

Fury told Sky Sports: “It was a freestyle. I forgot the words so I made new words. This is child’s play to where we’ve been playing before. We’ve been in much stranger places than this.

“I think it confirmed what he already thought – that I’m crazy. I wish Wladimir well for the fight. I’m 100 per cent happy that the gloves issue has been sorted.

“The time is near and everyone is going to see a new champion. I think they’re hoping it’s going to be a new champion, too.

“I’m going to chill out and relax now. I can’t wait for the night. I’m not even in fight mode yet – God help him when I’m in fight mode.

“I’m going to make Wladimir look stupid before knocking him out. That’s a promise.”

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