Tyson Fury explains how he would beat himself ahead of Otto Wallin fight

Twenty seven different men have tried to beat Tyson Fury without succeeding – and so the man himself has explained how to do it.

Fury is unbeaten in 29 fights – including in rematches against John McDermott and Dereck Chisora – but has been dropped on four ocassions.

And as he prepares to take on the unbeaten but unknown Otto Wallin this weekend, Fury believes the only way to beat him is to go out swinging.

"I'd swing for the hills and hope to land one, but get clipped in the process and it’s goodnight," he told BT Sport .

"There’s not much you can do against me; I’m a superior boxer and I’m much bigger than anyone else in the division and I've got a superior boxing IQ.

"I can box inside or outside, forwards and backwards; there's not much they can do, land a lucky punch maybe.

"They have to get one on me; I've been kicked down plenty of times before so keep knocking me down, anyone can lose."

Fury knows that victory over Wallin should guarantee him a second shot at world champion Deontay Wilder .

The Brit was dropped twice by the American last December but still should have been given the nod by the judges.

Instead he was denied victory when the fight was scored a draw.

The rematch was due to take place earlier this year but instead Fury signed a five-fight, £80million deal with ESPN which put the second instalment back until 2020.

But he is confident it will now happen on February 22.

"The deal is done, there is no negotiating," he added.

"The venue is booked, both men have signed. He can’t fight anyone else because his name is on a contract with mine."

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