World middleweight contender Andy Lee is in London supporting his cousin, undefeated heavyweight Tyson Fury (14-0, 10 KOs), who challenges British and Commonwealth heavyweight Champion Dereck “Del Boy” Chisora (14-0, 9 KOs) in Saturday’s 12-round main event on “The Big Brawl” Pay-Per-View event, from Wembley Arena in London.
Fury who held a workout today in London participated in a questions and answers session ahead of what is his biggest opportunity to answer some of those who doubt his long-term prospects within the heavyweight division.
How do you feel?
“Feeling good, feeling strong, feeling fit, feeling ready.”
What does Chisora bring to the table?
“He’s going to bring aggression, desire, youth. I think he brings quite a few things to the table, nothing I can’t handle, anyway.”
“My prediction is I’m going to win, probably by knockout. As soon as I catch him, he’ll be knocked out.” “Then I’m going to, hopefully, get to fight Wladimir Klitschko, thats what I will keep pushing for.”
Training Camp: “Training Camp was really good we had a long, nice training camp. A lot of good training, good sparring, and everything went really right. I drank a lot of water, vitamins and proteins. I did everything I should have done, so there are no excuses. All my toes are okay, as well.”