Deontay Wilder insists he will prove once and for all that Tyson Fury is no match for him when they meet again in the ring.
The WBC heavyweight world champion is set to do battle with the Brit once again next year after their disputed draw in Los Angeles in December 2018.
Fury largely outboxed Wilder over 12 rounds but was knocked down twice by the American, leading to a split-decision ruling by the judges.
In an exclusive interview with Extra Time on talkSPORT, Wilder warned there will be no doubting the outcome next time around.
“Last time I checked I gave him a concussion. Last time I checked he didn’t even know he got on the canvas, nor did he know how he got up off it,” he said.
“I knocked his marbles out of his head. The referee helped him out so bad. That is why Jack Reiss will never referee another of my matches.
“He said he went for the spirit of boxing and not the rules. He said he did what he thought was right for boxing. No, no, no – what was right is you should do your job and count him out. It ain’t up to you because you are in a dramatic moment.
“That is the best Fury you are going to ever see because when guys train for me, they train the best they have ever train because I am a dangerous fighter – because I can knock you out at any time.
“I told Fury you are going to have to be perfect for 12 rounds, I only have to be perfect for 12 seconds – and I showed that. I caught him.
“I have definitely got his number in a rematch. We are going to see who has got whose number. I am not worried about nothing.”
The pair had been due to meet again earlier this year but it was put on hold, with Wilder insisting it was postponed due to Fury running scared.
The Brit’s next fight will instead be against Tom Schwarz on June 15, with a rematch not likely to take place before spring 2020.
Wilder added: “Why do you think Fury went to a warm-up fight instead of running right back into it? I don’t know how anybody else does it in their country but in America when you have controversy and feel like you got robbed or the other one feel like they got robbed, we run it back immediately. We don’t wait, we don’t need no warm-ups.
“He is having a warm-up because he wants to see if he has still got it. I know the truth. I don’t think his family even want to see him in there because I am dangerous.”