Deontay wilder promised to take Tyson's Fury"Headless" when the pair reunites for the second time next month. Wilder will defend his WBC world heavyweight title against Fury almost 18 months after his first fight.
Fury became the only man to face Wilder without proving defeat in December 2018.
The "Gypsy King" won a draw against the American, although many think Fury should have received the decision.
The fight will be remembered by most fans for the incredible knockdown that Fury survived in the final round.
Wilder, the heaviest of them, called with his trademark, right-hand hand, which seemed to knock out the challenger.
Fury had a knockout forecast on his own as he stated that the fight goes no further than two rounds.
He will be fighting new coach Sugarhill Steward for the fight and explained that the change of coaches will be critical to his game plan.
“That's why I employed the Kronk coach who specializes in sitting on the right hand. See all Kronk fighters, even Wladimir Klitschko, they are looking for the big right hand.
"I'm looking for the big right hand to hit Wilder. Good night. I'm looking for the knockout. If I wasn't, I'd have stayed with Ben Davison.
"I'm sick of decisions for points, I've had enough, but I'm trying to knock him out."