Tyson Fury insists says he does not have his mind on a world heavyweight title rematch with Deontay Wilder, and is fully focused on his next fight little-known Otto Wallin in Las Vegas.
The 31-year-old meets the relatively unknown Otto Wallin in a non-title bout on Saturday but with Fury already having claimed a deal has been agreed for a Wilder rematch most people are looking well beyond this weekend.
Fury, however, is concentrating on getting this one out of the way rather than speculating about another meeting with the WBC world champion after their controversial draw last December.
Wilder v Wallin: Big Fight Details
- When: Saturday September 14 (Sunday UK time)
- Where: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas
- Main event time: Around 0400 BST UK time
- TV Channel & Cost: £19.95 on BT Sport Box Office (full details further down)
- Records: Fury (28-0-1, 20 KOs), Wallin (20-0, 13 KOs)
- Sky Bet Odds: Fury 1/25, Wallin 12/1
"I am not interested in Deontay Wilder or any of the rest of the heavyweight division. I am interested in Otto Wallin on Saturday night," said Fury, who turned up for his public workout on the casino floor of the MGM Grand dressed in a Mexican wrestler's mask and plans a Mexican-themed ring walk as the country celebrates its independence day anniversary this weekend.
"I have no interest in February at all. It is all about Saturday night, it is all about the Gypsy King. It is not about February, or Christmas or New Year or any other day - it is all about Saturday night in Las Vegas.
"I have no interest in future fights: one day day a time in my life, one fight at at time, one hour at a time."
While the world is awaiting the Wilder rematch after its unsatisfying finish last year, Fury, not lacking in self-confidence, is adamant he can take on all-comers in the division.
"I can defeat them all with one hand," he said. "I have lightning reflexes for a giant. I am a giant of a heavyweight, there has never been a heavyweight like me and there has never been a heavyweight who can move like that.
"I'm a freak of nature, I defy every law of gravity, it shouldn't be possible for a man of my height and weight to move like that.
"I can beat them all."
Wallin arrives in Las Vegas with an unbeaten record in 20 fights, which includes 13 knockouts, but the 28-year-old has not fought at anywhere near the highest level so remains something of an unknown stepping up into Fury's realm.
Fury claims he himself knows nothing about the Swede.
"I have no idea, we will find out on Saturday night. I don't really care, it is not about what your opponent can do, it is about what the Gypsy King can do," he said.
Wallin accepts he is making a step up in class but he is determined to seize his chance.
"He is the best and I want to fight the best so I'm going to take this opportunity with both hands. I am here to win."
What channel is Fury v Wallin on, how much will it cost and what time does it start?
Tyson Fury's latest American adventure against Otto Wallin will be screened live on BT Sport Box Office and is priced at £19.95.
The coverage of the whole fight card (scroll down for undercard) is at 0200 BST on Sunday September 15 UK time, with the main event expecting to begin around 0400 BST.
How to watch Fury v Wallin on BT TV, Sky, Virgin, Online and mobile
BT TV customers can use their remote control to buy Tyson Fury v Otto Wallin. Simply press the ‘BT Player’ button then 'Buy Now’ on the event, which will be shown on channel 494.
BT Sport on Sky customers or any Sky customer who bought any of our previous BT Sport Box Office events can use their remote control to buy the fight.
If you're a Sky customer new to BT Sport Box Office, you'll need to click here to register and pay online here.
Virgin TV customers can press ‘On Demand’ and then ‘Live Events’ on their remote control to order Tyson Fury v Otto Wallin.
Viewers wanting to watch the fight online should visit www.bt.com/sportboxoffice and follow instructions to subscribe and watch on the web or on the BT Sport Box Office App, and customers can watch on the big screen using Google Chromecast and Apple Airplay.
On mobile, you can watch the fight if you're an EE, Three and O2 customer. Just go to the BT Sport Box Office App and choose to add the payment to their mobile bill
If you don't want to watch the fight live, there will be repeat showings of the main event every hour on BT Sport Box Office HD beginning at 11am on Sunday 15th September until midnight on Monday 16th September.
Fury v Wallin: Full undercard
- Emanuel Navarrete © v Juan Manuel Elorde – WBO super-bantamweight world title
- Jose Pedraza v Jose Zepeda – lightweight
- Isaac Lowe v Ruben Garcia Hernandez – featherweight
- Felix Valera v Vyacheslav Shrabranskyy – light heavyweight
- Carlos Cuadras v Jose Maria Cardenas – super flyweight