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Tyson Fury Predicts The Winner Of Conor McGregor Vs Donald Cerrone

Tyson Fury Predicts The Winner Of Conor McGregor Vs Donald Cerrone

Tyson Fury has predicted Conor McGregor will defeat Donald Cerrone by knockout in his UFC return.

Fury has also revealed he'll be attending UFC 246 live on Saturday night to watch the fight.

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The 31-year-old is already in America preparing for his WBC world heavyweight title rematch with Deontay Wilder on February 22.

Fury squared off with rival Deontay Wilder last night ahead of their fight next month.
Fury squared off with rival Deontay Wilder last night ahead of their fight next month.

He's set to take a break from his schedule to attend the event and he has no doubt on who's winning the main event.

"Yes, Conor McGregor is gonna win," Fury told reporters.

"I say by knockout. And I'm gonna be there to see it happen [at] ringside, cageside rather."

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The comments came during last night's press conference when 'The Gypsy King' came face to face with Wilder for the first time since their fight in December 2018.

McGregor, meanwhile, is also convinced he's going to defeat 'Cowboy' on Saturday night.

"I'm going to go in there and do what I want and put on a show for the fans," McGregor told Ariel Helwani.

"Long may the opponents continue to come and I'll continue to knock them down."

Fury, meanwhile, was also in a boastful mood last night.

He and Wilder bickered during their face to face in Los Angeles and told the 'Bronze Bomber' he would suffer the first knockout defeat of his career.

"Two rounds and out. Two rounds," he said. "I'm gonna hit you at the point of the chin. The legs are going to go."

Wilder then said he wants Fury to be "terrified" ahead of their second fight to which Fury replied by saying: "I'm absolutely sh**ting myself. I'm frightened. I was so frightened last time, want I?"

Wilder added: "It's okay to be nervous." Fury replied: "I am nervous. I'm scared to death."

It's set to be a big few months in the fight game and it'll be interesting who stands tall in the two huge clashes.

Topics: Conor Mcgregor, Tyson Fury, Boxing, UFC

Daniel Marland

Daniel is a freelancer journalist for SPORTbible and covers a variety of sports. He also has past experience of working at Manchester United and once locked eyes with Jose Mourinho. He lived to tell the tale.

 

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