<pre><pre>Wilder vs. Fury II: Tyson Fury fears that he won't make a decision about points in the United States

Deontay Wilder (left) has a record 42 wins and a draw, while Tyson Fury has 29 wins and a draw

Briton Tyson Fury says he will never make a judge decision on his rematch with Deontay Wilder, and his desire to take out the American was one of the reasons he dropped coach Ben Davison.

The 31-year-old Fury will face WBC heavyweight defending champion Wilder in Las Vegas on February 22 after his struggle in Los Angeles ended in a controversial draw in 2018.

Last month, Fury switched from Davison to deal with Javan & # 39; Sugar & # 39; Hill together.

"I know I won't make a decision in the US," said Fury on Monday.

At a press conference in Los Angeles to promote the fight, Fury added: "You had to rob a man who had been out of the ring for three years and still couldn't beat him.

"I don't come here to score, I have too many of them – nine – I come here to say goodbye, I have 21 of them and from the heart I am what I am looking to do.

"That's why I hired Sugar Hill. If I hadn't wanted a knockout, I wouldn't have hired Kronk [the famous Detroit gym] Trainer. If I hadn't wanted a knockout, I would have kept Ben Davison and worked on that jerky style. "

Davison had worked with Fury for two years and monitored the fighter's 10-stone, 5-fight weight loss, including the draw with Wilder in December 2018.

After a point win against Swede Otto Wallin in September, Fury's father criticized John Davison and said his son was "weak as a kitten" and the ad was "the worst I've seen from Tyson".

Three months later, it was announced that Fury Hill, the late Emmanuel Steward's nephew, had chosen his new coach.

The steward who died in 2012 trained Lennox Lewis and Wladimir Klitschko, while Fury already trained in Stewards Kronk Gym in 2010.

"You will sleep in two rounds," said Fury to Wilder. "I always have the same dream and when I play poker I always get two. It is definitely one thing. It is beaten in two parts."

"I want him to hit me in the middle of the ring and the best man wins. I'll give him a boxing lesson."

Although Fury was knocked down twice in their original meeting, many experts thought Wilder deserved to lose on points.

This time the American, undefeated in 43 fights, said: "It is an unfinished business and he will not be able to get up again. I will take him out.

"I'm the lion, the king of the jungle, and I'm coming on February 22nd. I'm going to tear his head off his body. I'm going to throw him off those ropes."