Tyson Fury promised his fans an exciting show when he arrived at the T-Mobile arena to face Deontay Wilder.
The 33-year-old Gypsy King arrived in a confident mood as ever and the wife looked relaxed as she walked to the venue behind Paris.
The heavyweight world champion pretended to play some air drums before greeting members of his team, including commercial manager Spencer Brown.
Fury arrived 40 minutes before rival Wilder to watch American sensation Jared Anderson – with whom he has tinkered in training – ruthlessly beat Vladimir Tereshkin in the second round of their bout.
He also filmed a short video message for his fans, encouraging them to watch him take action against Wilder.
shared on Frank Warren’s Twitter page, Fury said in the video: “Hey guys, Gypsy King is here reporting live and direct from Las Vegas, Nevada, USA!
“It’s 2 o’clock in the UK, you only have to wait two more hours. Big GK is coming, wait!
“Take Red Bull whatever you need get some energy drinks! Stay awake, it’s going to be exciting.”
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Fury is usually well supported in their fights, but fans have had to stay in the UK this time as COVID restrictions halting flights to the US
The city of Las Vegas can be thankful for this, as it happened last time – during Wilder vs. Fury II – with the Brits celebrating Fury’s victory, drying Sin City.
Despite the expectation from fans back home, Fury is showing no pre-fight nerves.
Mike Tyson also warned Fury: “The eyes of the gods of war are on you.”
But after dominating Wilder in a brutal seventh-round stoppage in February 2020, Fury is in a confident spirit, and wants his fans to stay and watch him make history once again.