Tommy Fury baffled by KSI claim about brother Tyson after Deontay Wilder knockout
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Tommy Fury takes on Youtuber KSI in a cruiserweight fight next month with anticipation building and the war of words in full swing.
Fury will fight KSI at the Manchester Arena on October 14, with Logan Paul facing Dillon Danis on the same card for the evening.
The younger Fury is also unbeaten after nine fights, his most recent triumph coming earlier this year with a split decision win over Youtuber Jake Paul.
KSI too is beaten in both professional and exhibition bouts, with the only win in the former coming against Logan Paul in November 2019.
The pair will meet in the ring next month with the bout being broadcast live on DAZN and the two have confronted one another ahead of the fight.
And Tyson Fury's bouts against Deontay Wilder was brought up in the pre-fight discussion, with KSI claiming that the latter hits harder than the former.
He believes he also hits harder than Jake Paul, but Tommy Fury pointed out that, though Wilder did drop his brother to the canvas at times, his elder sibling knocked the American out as he won two of their three bouts.
It led Fury to claim that KSI does not know boxing ahead of their bout next month in a clip that is going viral.
Fury said: "You're telling me you hit harder than the best fighter in the world, Tyson Fury?
KSI responded: "I hit harder than Jake Paul."
But Fury interjected and said: "No, I'm talking about Tyson, because I've been getting hit off Tyson my whole life, so what makes you think that you can do similar to me?"
KSI said: "Tyson doesn't hit hard like people like Wilder and s*** like that. How many times did Wilder drop him?"
And in response, Fury said: "Guys, guys, who knocked out Wilder? Tyson knocked him out. This is what this proves about boxing. You don't know boxing."