Tyson Fury lays out hit list: Deontay Wilder, Dillian Whyte, Anthony Joshua, and Derek Chisora

Tyson Fury sat down with BT Sport on Wednesday for a 15-minute interview ahead of his October 9 trilogy bout with Deontay Wilder, and laid out in pretty torrid fashion his plans for his next five fights — after which he plans another brief retirement.

“I’m going to destroy Wilder in (October), and then I’m gonna take a fight in December because of all the inactivity. I don’t think the Joshua fight’s gonna happen in December,” Fury began.

“So here’s what me bucket list is. I’m gonna fight Wilder on October 9th, I’ll fight Dillian Whyte back in the UK for the first time in years at a stadium up in the north, Manchester or something in December. Let’s get a date in December. I’ll shut that bum right up, that’ll be an easy one. And then I’ll fight Joshua in March in Saudi Arabia, let’s do it, and then we can have a rematch in the summer back here at Wembley.

“And then I’ll go out in me last fight, that’ll be about, however long, two years, and I’ll fight Derek Chisora. That’s five fights, yeah? And then I’ll take two years out of the ring, just going absolutely nuts again, and I’ll come back at 37 and wipe the floor with whoever’s next. Because it’ll take two years to build someone up.”

As for the upcoming Wilder fight, Fury has not changed his tune.

“I’m going to knock him spark out. I’ve told you that, I’ve said it before, and I said it before that. I’m going to wipe the floor with him. One-sided fight. One-sided.”

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