British heavyweight contender Tyson Fury feels the only way champion Wladimir Klitschko can beat him is with an early knockout in their bout in Dusseldorf on November 28.
The 6'9″ Fury believes that he has a psychological and physical advantage over the Ukrainian and the only way he can be beaten in the fight is if he is taken out early in the first round.
The two were initially meant to fight on October 24, but the bout was rescheduled after the champion injured his calf muscle in training.
Fury has said it was a blessing in disguise that the bout was rescheduled as he was not feeling well at the time and the extra time he has had to train has him now in peak condition.
"He knows it's over for him here really. I think he believes he's gonna be in a hell of a fight here," Fury told iFLtv.
"The only way he can beat me is to catch me early. You know the saying ‘catch them cold'? That's his way of beating me. 1st round, 1st minute of the 1st round is where he has a chance of beating me. Failing that, he's lost. That's what I think," Fury added.
"I've got a job to do and I'm being paid very well to do it. I've done my training and sparring, I've sparred hundreds of rounds, and now I've just got to go over there and put it all into action," he said. "I'm not frightened of him, I don't value him. I won't go there ‘ooh Klitschko' and stay in my shell for the first 10 rounds.
"To me he is just another normal man with a pair of boxing gloves on, and he's keeping me from the mega-money. The life changing money. I beat him and my life changes."