Tyson Fury says the drinks are on him after he beats Tom Schwarz in Las Vegas.
The ‘Gypsy King’ has vowed to break the German’s jaw when they meet in the MGM Grand Garden Arena this weekend.
Fury, 30, is the heavy favourite for the clash in the gambling mecca and he is already preparing his after-party.
The British star made his first appearance in fight week as a few hundred fans gathered in the MGM Grand casino to catch a glimpse of him putting on a work out .
“He’s done very well to have got this opportunity, he is rated No 2 in the world by the WBO and he is coming to kick my a**,” said Fury.
“But the fact is I’m going to knock him out. Unfortunately for Tom Schwarz I’m going to break his jaw, break his ribs and leave him in Las Vegas.
“Then we are going to go party. The drinks are on the Gypsy King.”
Fury says he is honoured to headline in Las Vegas as he makes his debut in Sin City and on US broadcaster ESPN.
The former world heavyweight champion has been training in the fight capital for the last four weeks.
“It’s been fantastic,” he said. "I got a warm welcome in Las Vegas, I have been all over the city and seeing people.
“Seeing my name up in lights has been amazing experience. I can’t wait to get in there and put on a show on Saturday.”
Bob Arum is excited about the heavyweight’s debut under his Top Rank banner as he likened the Brit to ring legends Muhammad Ali and George Foreman.
The veteran promoter watched as Fury went through the motions with trainer Ben Davison.
Arum said: “I have worked with Muhammad Ali and George Foreman. Let me tell you, Tyson is a chip off the old block.”
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