"I've been turned into a murderer": Deontay Wilder fires warning to Tyson Fury as he prepares for the blockbuster world championship title next month
- Deontay Wilder has warned Tyson Fury that he feels like a "murderer" before his fight
- He looked good when he attended an open training session on Monday
- Wilder believes he will reap the benefits of a hard training camp on the night of the fight
- The American also insisted he focus on Fury rather than Anthony Joshua
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Deontay Wilder warned Tyson Fury that he had "turned himself into a murderer" at the Churchill Boxing Club in California prior to the December 1 blockbuster showdown.
Wilder looked top notch when he hit the pads with a real bang and venom on Monday during an open training session.
His trainer Jay Deas was even happy to escape unharmed after a bomb that nearly detonated on his chin.
Deontay Wilder turned Tyson Fury into a murderer before his collision
Wilder trained on Monday and almost had a big right hand on his trainer Jay Deas
The American is deep in his training camp and says he feels in wonderful condition
The American is now deep in his preparations for his hitherto toughest professional test, believing that he will reap the rewards of a hard training camp on the night of the fight.
He said, "I feel wonderful. My mindset has changed, my body has changed, I feel like a killer. I turned into a murderer. "
The coveted WBC World Championship will also be on the line alongside its and Fury record when these two heavyweights collide in Los Angeles next month.
The WBC World Champion was held in an open session at the Churchill Boxing Club
He hit the pads and shadow boxes in the ring as he trained with Fury before the December fight
The winner of the contest wants to challenge Anthony Joshua next for all the marbles, but Wilder has insisted he focus on Fury.
He added, "I have no message to Anthony Joshua, it's about Tyson Fury.
"I do not want anyone asking me about Anthony Joshua, he was a coward and that's it."