Tyson Fury has warned Deontay Wilder he will knock him out they meet again.
Fury takes on Schwarz at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas in his first fight since his controversial draw with Wilder last December.
The Gipsy King is expected to finally meet the world champion for the second time in 2020.
And he told ESPN : “If Deontay Wilder ever had a prayer of beating me, that was his time, he couldn’t do it. I can beat Wilder seven days a week and twice on a Sunday. He’ll be looking up off his back next time we meet.”
Fury also reiterated his belief that he beat Wilder in Los Angeles.
“If I’d lost to Deontay Wilder I would say, fair play Deontay you beat me,” he added. “No chance; I won the fight, 10 rounds to 2, but I get a draw, which only adds cayenne pepper to my story, cause it makes it more watchable, more controversial. After everything I’ve been through, they’ve robbed me of the biggest comeback in boxing history.”