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Klitschko vs Fury: Tyson Fury enjoying hard training camp

Tyson Fury says he's training harder than ever for Wladimir Klitschko, and enjoying the challenge.

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Tyson Fury has a huge chance on October 24 when he faces world heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko in Germany, and the 27-year-old challenger says that he's enjoying the toughest training camp of his career, sparring nobody under 6'6" and going 12 rounds a day.

"I'm enjoying preparation. It's the biggest fight of my life. I'm working harder than I've ever worked before, because I'm more determined. I'm just on it. On it, on it, on it.

"It's different to anything I've ever done before. We're looking for explosive power. Snap. I need a knockout in Germany to win and that's what I'll be getting. We're working on explosive movements, power movements - lots of stuff we didn't do before."

Fury (24-0, 18 KO) is the rare Klitschko opponent who will actually have a size advantage against the champion, as the 6'9" Fury is three inches taller than Klitschko (64-3, 53 KO) and will also have a four-inch reach advantage. Fury also says he's in "fantastic shape," and that he's willing to do "whatever it takes" to beat Klitschko, who hasn't lost a fight in 11 years and hasn't even lost many rounds since then.

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