British boxer Tyson Fury says that he will bring “chaos” to the ring when he faces Wladimir Klitschko in their world heavyweight title fight in Düsseldorf on November 28.
In his latest interview with German magazine Sport Bild, Fury has continued with his rhetoric ahead of the fight, saying that he will constantly change his tactics and cause chaos to confuse Klitschko.
"I'm going to cause chaos and constantly change my tactics. That's how I can beat him. It will be a short, violent, simple knockout," the 27-year-old Fury said.
"If he is looking for a direct exchange of punches with me, it will end in disaster for him. That's when the shutters will go down."
Klitschko and Fury were initially meant to fight on October 24 at the same venue, but the bout was postponed after the champion tore his calf muscle in training.
The IBF, WBA, and WBO heavyweight belts are up for grabs if Fury with 24 wins from 24 fights with 18 knockouts can beat the Ukrainian, who has the phenomenal record of 53 knockouts in 64 wins from 67 bouts.
Klitschko was last beaten 11 years ago.