Boxing-Wilder predicts he will make quick work of Fury
"It's definitely the most important (fight of my career) but definitely not the most difficult," said American Wilder, who tipped the scales at 212.5 pounds.
"I've fought guys way tougher than him. I'm going to knock him out."
Wilder, the defending WBC heavyweight champion, has a 40-0 record including 39 knockouts.
Fury (27-0) did not give an interview after weighing in at 256.5 pounds, down nearly 20 pounds from his comeback in June which ended a two year-plus absence from the ring.
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