The Tyson Fury show heads to Las Vegas

Less than a week to go before his match in Las Vegas, Tyson Fury is ready for another show.

The British heavyweight will face Tom Schwarz (24-0) on June 15th at the MGM Grand and is beaming with happiness because of the opportunity to fight in Sin City.

„He is hungry and ambitious, and I am sure he will come for a war, Fury said. He is not ill-preparing for this and turning up for a pay check. He is turning up to take the lineal championship of the world. It will be an epic fight – it’s Las Vegas, it’s showtime and I will look to put on an explosive performance in the States”.

Fury, 30, is coming back after a controversial draw with Deontay Wilder back in December in LA for his first fight under Top Rank and ESPN.

„I really love my job at the minute, more than I have ever done before. I used to think boxing was a chore, a job to go to. I trained hard for a fight and then put a ton of weight back on. Now I enjoy what I do, keep fit even when I am not boxing. I almost live my life as a routine training camp now”, Fury added.

Tyson admitted that going to Las Vegas was a dream of his ever since he was an amateur and can’t wait to box in Sin City.

„It’s been a long time coming. I have never been to Vegas. The big fights happen in Vegas. I remember waking up to watch Ricky Hatton and Floyd Mayweather [in 2007] at the MGM. A lot of iconic fights have been there so for me to put my name down on that list is another tick off the list. I made a promise to myself when I was younger I wouldn’t go to Vegas until I fought there. Thirty years later I get the opportunity to fight on the biggest platform in the world”.

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