Tyson Fury insists that Wladimir Klitschko hits harder than Deontay Wilder but has admitted that Wilder’s speed can be tricky.
Fury will challenge Wilder next Sunday for the WBC title, bidding to become a two-time heavyweight champion after he ended Klitschko's near-decade-long reign in 2015.
Fury says that Wilder cannot be the biggest puncher in history because he could not knock him out in their first fight in December 2018.
He claims when fighting Wilder, it's not so much his power, it's the speed that he lands his punches and this can be tricky if opponents do not see it coming.
Fury has a record of 29 knockouts, 1 draw and no losses while Wilder has 41 knockouts, 1 draw and no losses.
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