Tyson Fury Not Paying Attention To Francis Ngannou’s Training Video
Tyson Fury says he hasn’t paid attention to any of Francis Ngannou’s training videos.
Ngannou is set to make his boxing debut on Saturday against Fury in a very intriguing matchup. However, in the lead-up to the match, there have been videos of Ngannou hitting pads and training, which many have criticized. But, Fury says he doesn’t look at training videos at all.
“I haven’t paid it much attention, to be honest, to what someone does on a video that they put out there,” Fury told BoxingScene.com. “Because I know I don’t do what I can do in a video. Why would I? Why would I do something on a video so someone can watch it and study it? So, it doesn’t make much sense to me. I would never look at a training video and think, ‘Oh, that’s what he’s gonna do.’ Like Mike Tyson said, everyone’s got a certain plan until they get punched in the face anyway, so we’ll see.”
Although Tyson Fury says he isn’t paying attention to Francis Ngannou’s training videos, he does have confidence he will beat him on Saturday. He expects to be in the middle and stand there until he knocks Ngannou out.
“I just think he’s a big, dangerous fella who can knock somebody out with either hand,” Fury said. “I’m just taking him deadly serious, and I’ll concentrate when I’m in the ring, focused a hundred percent of the time, and do what I do best.”
If Fury does get the win, he has already agreed to fight Oleksandr Usyk for the undisputed heavyweight champion. It will be a massive fight, but in order for it to happen, Fury will need to beat Ngannou on Saturday night in Saudi Arabia in a fight he’s a massive favorite in.
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