Tyson Fury 'guarantees' song if he beats Wladimir Klitschko
Last Updated: 28/11/15 10:51am
Tyson Fury says there will be "a guaranteed song" if he beats world champion Wladimir Klitschko in Saturday's heavyweight showdown in Dusseldorf.
The 27-year-old has already serenaded Klitschko at a public workout in the build-up to the fight, breaking in to a modified version of 'Wind Beneath My Wings'.
Rod Stewart is due to perform at the Esprit Arena before the big fight for the WBA Super, WBO and IBF titles, live on Sky Sports Box Office, but the undefeated British challenger has no plans to be upstaged.
Fury (24-0-KO18) is aiming to give him a run for his money after the bout, saying he is "guaranteed" to belt out a tune himself to celebrate if he wins, as is his custom.
"I don't know what song yet, but I'll be singing," he said. "If I get the win there is a guaranteed song. I've been requested to sing quite a few times. I've no contenders for what I will sing.
"I've been asked so much. People are looking forward to it and want to see what I'm going to sing.
"Bookies are even taking bets, apparently. It's definitely on people's minds."
Fury weighed in just one pound heavier than Klitschko ahead of the fight, tipping the scales at 112kg - 17st 8lbs - and has weighed-in that light just twice before in his career as a professional.
Klitschko weighed in at 111.5kg - 17st 7lbs - ahead of this one; more than four pounds heavier than he was at the weigh-in for his April points victory over Bryant Jennings.
Wladimir Klitschko vs Tyson Fury, exclusively live on Sky Sports Box Office on Saturday, is now available to order via your Sky remote and online.