Fury reveals the one advantage he holds over Wilder

Tyson Fury insists he has one advantage over Deontay Wilder that will help him prevail and become world heavyweight champion again on December 1.

The Gypsy King challenges the Bronze Bomber in Los Angeles next month after ending his ring hiatus earlier this year after being stripped of his world titles.

And he claims the formidable task, due to the relatively short preparation since he shed his excess weight, can be overcome due to one key advantage over the American.

"Fights ain’t won on brawn, or size, or mass, or power. All fights are won on brain power," Fury told BT Sport.

"Wilder has everything a world heavyweight champion should have, so I’m going to overcome that.

"I’ll have to use my brainpower. I do believe, whatever he advances me on: whether it’s speed, athleticism, ability to jump high, run fast, train harder, swim better, it doesn’t matter.

"Because I know I surpass him in brain power, because if I didn’t I wouldn’t be in this position after two and a half years out of the ring and battling all that stuff I battled if I didn’t have the brain power."

Wilder meanwhile is aiming to reinvest the millions he will pick up for his latest world title defence back into his hometown of Tuscaloosa.

"The West Side’s still the area they don’t touch," Wilder told the Mail . "I’m going to buy back the block. I’ve got many things I want to do.

"I want to build homes. I want to build different restaurants and businesses to bring revenue back over that way.

"After 33 years the only thing they’ve done for that side of town was fixed the sidewalks, put up nightlights. I’m like "Are y’all serious?"’

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