British boxer, Tyson Fury reveals he is ‘licking p***y’ to avoid a knockout in Deontay Wilder rematch next weekBritish boxer, Tyson Fury reveals he is ‘licking p***y’ to avoid a knockout in Deontay Wilder rematch next week • illuminaija
British boxer, Tyson Fury reveals he is ‘licking p***y’ to avoid a knockout in Deontay Wilder rematch next week
British boxer, Tyson Fury reveals he is ‘licking p***y’ to avoid a knockout in Deontay Wilder rematch next week

British boxer, Tyson Fury reveals he is ‘licking p***y’ to avoid a knockout in Deontay Wilder rematch next week

British boxer, Tyson Fury reveals he is ‘licking p***y’ to avoid a knockout in Deontay Wilder rematch next week
   
   

British boxer, Tyson Fury reveals he is ‘licking p***y’ to avoid a knockout in Deontay Wilder rematch next week

British heavyweight boxer, Tyson Fury has revealed a bizarre method he’s employing to avoid a knockout in his rematch with Deontay Wilder next week.

 

According to the 31-year-old, he’s ‘licking pu**y’ to help him strengthen his chin ahead of his bout with Deontay Wilder.

 

   
   

In their first encounter in 2018, Tyson Fury was knocked down twice against the American WBC champion Wilder, but surprisingly got up  in the 12th round after receiving a massive punch.

 

In a bid to avoid being knocked down again, Fury, who previously revealed he was masturbating ‘seven times a day’ in preparation for the fight has disclosed he’s ‘licking pu**y’ to strengthen his jaw.

 

On a conference call ahead of the rematch, Fury was asked if he’s been working to make his chin ‘more impregnable’ after the previous knockdowns and he replied: ‘Yes. I have got confidence in my chin but I’ve been doing a lot of pussy licking to strengthen my jaw up. So yeah, I’ve been strengthening the old jaw up.’

 

On what tweaks he’s made to his own style to try and land a KO of his own, Fury said: ‘Well if I told you that I’d give my whole gameplan away, wouldn’t I? ‘Let’s just say I’ve been sitting down in the pocket and letting fly, very aggressively and a high volume of them. Let’s just say that.’

 

The Gypsy King, who has never been defeated in his pro career continued: ‘I wouldn’t say that was my toughest fight, I’d say that was one of my easiest fights to be fair. Other than the two knockdowns, it was a pretty one-sided fight.

‘I’ve had much more difficult fights than that before, much more harder than that. Deontay Wilder is not my toughest opponent, that’s for sure. 

‘My toughest opponent in my full career was Steve Cunningham, he was a former cruiserweight champion and I fought him in about 2013 in New York, Madison Square Garden, and that was the toughest fight I ever had.’

   
   

 

The rematch for Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury boxing will take place in Las Vegas on Saturday, February 22, 2020. Their first bout ended in a draw at the Staples Center in Los Angeles in 2018. 

British boxer, Tyson Fury reveals he is ‘licking p***y’ to avoid a knockout in Deontay Wilder rematch next week
   
   
   
   

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