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Fury Looking To KO Wilder In Rematch

It'll take place in a months time.

British heavy-weight boxer Tyson Fury insists he's employed a new trainer to help him "knock-out" Deontay Wilder inside two rounds.

The rivals went face to face in Los Angeles last night ahead of their WBC World Title rematch on February the 22nd.

Fury has replaced former coach Ben Davison with Sugarhill Steward, and has warned the American he's looking for a quick win:

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